School of Psychology

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David Wilkinson

Professor David Wilkinson

Head of School

Research grants

2017-2019

A non-invasive neuro-modulation device for prevention of episodic migraine headaches
Scion Neurostim LLC
Investigator

$71,310

2016-2017

Caloric Vestibular Stimulation in Parkinson's Disease
Commercial Funding
Principal Investigator

$31,000

2015-2016

The Vestibular System: a system of mental life
British Psychological Society Research Seminars Competition
Co-applicant (with Elisa Ferre, UCL)

£3,000

2014

Development of a Mobile Application for the Diagnosis of Attentional Disorder
University of Kent Innovation and Enterprise Dept 'Ideas Factory' Award
Co-Principal Investigator (with Drs F Deravi and K Sirlantzis, School of Engineering and Digital Arts)

£7,317

2013-2014

Electrophysiological responses to caloric vestibular stimulation
Commercial Funding
Principal Investigator

$33,800

2013-2014

Electrical brain stimulation as a tool for improving memory function
Faculty Small Grant Award
Co-investigator (with Z. Bergstrom)

£2,490

 

2012-2013

A non-invasive neuro-stimulation device for the treatment of migraine headache
Commercial Funding
Principal Investigator

£92,000

 

2012

Vacation Bursary for Clinical Research
KentHealth
Co-Principal Investigator (with Dr Mo Sakel)

£1,500

 

2011-2014

Imagining autism: drama, performance and intermediality as interventions for autistic spectrum conditions
Arts & Humanities Research Council
Co-investigator

£430,234

2011-2013

Flexibility & Sustainability Funding
East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust
Principal Investigator

£10,500

2011-2013

Does repeated vestibular stimulation induce lasting recovery from hemi-spatial neglect?
Medical Research Council 
Principal Investigator

£313,752

2011-2012

British Academy Small Research Grant
Modulation of the N170 Event-Related Potential during Galvanic Vestibular Stimulation
Principal Investigator

£7,490

2010-2013

Quantitative Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Diagnosis of Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease and other Dementias
East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust
Co-investigator

£95,000

2009-2010

The effect of galvanic vestibular stimulation and non-spatial attention training on hemi-spatial neglect 
Harvard University Catalyst Pilot Grant Award (Co-investigator)

$50,000

2008-2009

The Cognitive Basis of Social Power
ESRC
Principal Investigator

£102,258

2006-2007

The effect of electrode placement during galvanic vestibular stimulation on the rehabilitation of visual neglect
Faculty Small Grant Award
Principal Investigator

£689

 

 

 

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Last Updated: 03/10/2018