2004/10 £124,482 Research grant from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Academic Fellowship Scheme in Neurosciences.
2004/09 £789,096 Research grant from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) (Integrative Analysis of Brain & Behaviour Initiative, Animal Sciences Committee). Title: Dynamics of integrative neural processes within the human visual cortex. (as principal co-investigator with I.E. Holliday at Aston and G. Green at York).
2001 £38,125 project grant from The Macular Disease Society. Project: Development of visual display strategies to enable patients with macular disease to use peripheral viewing for reading.
1999 £33,400 project grant from Alcon Laboratories, Inc. (as co-investigator with C. Bradley). Project: Health psychology research into macular disease - Survey of people’s experiences of macular disease and impact on quality of life.
1998 £6,000 pilot study grant from The Macular Disease Society, UK (as co-investigator with C. Bradley & P. Bradley). Study: Survey of people’s experiences of macular disease with a view to improving their quality of life.
1998 £37,600 competitive internal equipment grant from The University of London. Equipment: 32-channel electro-encephalographic (EEG) NeuroScan signal imaging system.
1997 £570 conference grant from The Royal Society, London, to attend the Annual meeting for Research in Vision & Ophthalmology.
1996 £2,500 travel awards from The Geoffrey J. Burton Memorial Fund, Fight For Sight and The Wellcome Trust.
1995 £65,000 project grant from the Japanese Epilepsy Association (as co-investigator with G.F.A. Harding). Project: Epilepsy and computer-generated video display games.
1994 £80,000 project grant from Fight For Sight, Institute of Ophthalmology, London. Project: Magneto-encephalographic study of human amblyopia.
1993 3,300 ECU project grant from The Commission of the European Communities, Human Capital and Mobility Programme (as co-investigator with M.A. Georgeson). Project: Human motion perception.
1992/95 £30,000 project grant from Fight For Sight, Institute of Ophthalmology, London. Project: Motion sensitivity and human glaucoma.
1988/90 £35,500 medical research scholarship from St. John’s College, Cambridge, England.
1987 $9,500 (US) Fulbright fellowship from the Australian-American Fulbright Association.