Since 2013 the Trust has provided funding to a wide range of academic bodies, statutory organisations, charities, voluntary groups, social housing associations, local authorities, and others that meet our chosen areas of focus for research.


Below you will find details of all our funded research projects, including final reports, where we have them.

Completed

University College London

2019

University College London - Unravelling the Mechanism of Carbon Monoxide Toxicity

This project studied the role of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and oxidative stress in the mechanism of neuronal cell death induced by carbon monoxide ... Read more

Completed

Liverpool John Moores’ University

2017

Liverpool John Moores’ University – Surviving Carbon Monoxide (CO) Poisoning: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis

This study aimed to fill a gap in the academic literature that informs healthcare practice. At the present time, a great deal is known about symptomol ... Read more

Completed

Newcastle University

2016

Newcastle University – Identification of Protein Markers in Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes Following CO Exposure

Department of Health (DH) statistics state that every year in England and Wales, approximately 30 people die from CO poisoning, that 200 people are ad ... Read more

Completed

University College London

2016

University College London – Determinants of CO Exposure in the English Housing Stock: Modelling Current and Possible Future Risks

Using available national-level survey data (English Housing Survey) as a basis, this project examined the presence of potential CO emission sources an ... Read more

Completed

Cranfield University

2016

Cranfield University – Thermal and Catalytic Processing of Solid Fuels to Minimise Carbon Monoxide Emissions

Cranfield’s CO+ Safety project examined the release of CO during pyrolysis of charcoal and other solid fuels. The fuels were burned in a controlled en ... Read more

Completed

University Centre of Legal Medicine, Lausanne/Brunel University/Public Health England

2016

University Centre of Legal Medicine, Lausanne/Brunel University/Public Health England – Effect of Blood Storage Methods on COHb and use of CO as a Biomarker for Diagnosis.

The 2011 All Party Parliamentary Carbon Monoxide Group (APPCOG) report identified a key role for coroners to support increased detection of CO poisoni ... Read more

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