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.

University College London

2019

University College London - Unravelling the Mechanism of Carbon Monoxide Toxicity.

Carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning causes morbidity and mortality around the world and remains common in the UK. CO leads to hypoxia (lack of oxygen) by f ... Read more

AirSafe London

2018

AirSafe London - Carbon Monoxide in Passenger Vehicles

Comparison of in-car CO values and ambient CO, as measured by environmental stations, indicates that this is likely to be due to internal leakage of e ... Read more

Lancaster University, West Midlands and Merseyside Fire Services

2017

Lancaster University – Impacts of Chronic Low Level CO Poisoning in Older Adults

Gathering data on low-levels of CO present in homes of older adults and will screen their cognitive function and mental health. Read more

Imperial College

2016

Imperial College – Investigating Novel Therapies for Acute Carbon Monoxide Exposure, Injury Mechanisms and Biomarkers for Low Level and Repeated Exposure to Carbon Monoxide in an In Vivo Rodent Model

This piece of research looks at low-level exposure to carbon monoxide (CO), how to improve understanding of what constitutes low-level, how can diagno ... Read more

EDCO/St Georges, Tooting/Surrey University/Cadent

2016

EDCO/St Georges, Tooting/Surrey University/Cadent – Emergency Department Screening Study

Understand the number of patients presenting to emergency departments (EDs) with raised carboxyhaemoglobin (COHb) levels that could be caused by CO ex ... Read more

National Poisons Information Service (NPIS)

2015

National Poisons Information Service – Research into Medical Professional's Awareness of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Seeks to help gauge healthcare professionals’ awareness of CO poisoning, following a pilot project. Read more