Susan Jebb - Recent Research Grants
2017-2022 NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre; £4.5m. Obesity, Diet & Lifestyle. Theme lead
2017-2021 Wellcome Trust: £5m. Our Planet, Our Health: Livestock, Environment and People. Co-director.
2017-2019 National Institute for Health Research, Technology Assessment Programme: £330,456.
Feasibility and acceptability of a brief routine weight management intervention for postnatal women embedded within the national child immunisation programme in primary care: randomised controlled trial and nested qualitative study. Co-applicant.
2016-2019 British Heart Foundation, Clinical Research Training Fellowship; £280,000. Dietary Salt Modification: Development and Feasibility Testing of a Behavioural Change Intervention in Primary Care. Supervisor.
2016-2019 NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care; £146,502.
Primary Care Shopping Intervention for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention. Co-investigator.
2016-2019 Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care; £51,867.
Development of a meal replacement programme to offer in primary care for weight management. Co-investigator.
2015-2019 Cambridge Weight Plan Ltd; £739,330. Doctor Referral of Overweight People for Low Energy Treatment (DROPLET). Principal Investigator.
2014-2018 BBSRC; £521,379. Nudge150: Combining small changes to foods to achieve a sustained decrease in energy intake. Co-investigator.
2011-2017 DH Policy Research Programme: £5,148,499. Behaviour Health and Research Unit. Co-I.
2012-2016 National Prevention Research Initiative; £815,948. An RCT to test the clinical and cost-effectiveness of primary care referral to a commercial weight loss provider. Co-Principal investigator.
2012-2016 National Prevention Research Initiative; £663,135. A randomised controlled trial of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a brief weight management intervention for obese adults in primary care. Co-investigator.
2012-2013 National Institute of Health and Care Excellence: £69,998. Managing overweight and obese adults: update reviews. Co-investigator.
2011-2013 National School of Primary Care Research £48,654. A randomised controlled trial to examine the efficacy of regular weighing and feedback in preventing excess weight gain in pregnant women. Co-investigator.
2011-2013 Health Technology Appraisal: £168,000. Systematic review to identify and appraise outcome measures used to evaluate childhood obesity treatment interventions: evidence of purpose, application, validity, reliability and sensitivity. Co-investigator.
2007-2011 Weight Watchers International: £950,000. Testing the effectiveness of two lifestyle-based weight-loss programmes. Chief Investigator
Prior grant support > £10m, primarily from MRC intramural funding and the Food Standards Agency.