Grants
(principle investigator unless stated otherwise)




BBSRC, award of £318K for 3.5 year project "The UEA Small RNA Workbench: New and improved tools or high throughput small RNA analysis", June 2014.

BBSRC, co-investigator on award of £275K for 2 year project "Predicting plant microRNAs based on functional and biogenesis data", March 2014.

NERC, co-investigator on award of £348K for 3 year project "From North Sea to the Artic Ocean: The impact of temperature on eukaryotic phytoplankton", May 2013.

The Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, principal organizer for 1 week workshop "Phylogenetics: New data, new Phylogenetic challenges" in 2011, which included funds for hosting and inviting participants.

The Royal Society, travel award of £3.2K entitled "Topological approaches to phylogenetic tree and network construction" to visit University of Canterbury, New Zealand, Jan. 2011.

BBSRC, award of £124K for 1.5 year project "Deciphering the RNA degradome", Oct. 2010.

BBSRC, award of £418K for 3.5 year project "The sRNA workbench", Aug. 2010.

BBSRC, co-investigator on award of £477K for 3 year project "Understanding nitrous oxide emission from denitrifying bacteria", March 2010.

BBSRC, co-investigator on award of £773K for 3 year project "Genomic responses to mating signals", May 2010.

BBSRC, co-investigator on award of £618K for 3 year project "Characterisation of tomato short RNAs involved in fruit development", May 2009.

British Council, award of £2.8K for 2 year project "Challenges in phylogenetic network construction", July 2009.

The Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, principal organizer for 4 month programme "Phylogenetics" in 2007, which included funds for hosting and inviting participants.

European Molecular Biology Organisation, award of 23.9K EUR to hold workshop "EMBO Workshop on Current Challenges and Problems in Phylogenetics" at The Isaac Newton Institute in Sept. 2007.

The Royal Society, travel award of £610 to speak at Dagsthul conference, Nov. 2006.

BBSRC, award of £250K for 3 year project "A computational platform for the high-throughput identification of short RNA's and their targets in plants", Sept 2006.

EPSRC, award of £334K for 3 year project "Phylogenetic combinatorics: a mathematical theory for the analysis of phylogenetic trees and networks", Oct. 2006.

European Science Foundation, award of 14K EUR to hold exploratory workshop "New tools for biodiversity conservation through the advancement of phylogeographic methodologies" at UEA in 2006.

The Royal Society, travel award of £790 to speak at WABI 2005, Oct. 2005.

EPSRC, award of £2.5K to run workshop "Systems modelling in plants and microbes", UEA, May 2005.

The Royal Society, travel award of £700 to speak at CompBioNets 2004, Dec. 2004.

The Swedish Research Council, award of 100K SEK for conference PCA'04, Mar. 2003.

The Swedish Research Council, Research project "Exploring the frontiers of ribonomics'', 400K SEK/year (2002-2004)".

The Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education (STINT), Fellowship award to organize bilateral exchange programme on "Stories that DNA can tell" with groups in New Zealand, 500K SEK/year (2000-2004).

The Swedish Natural Science Research Council (NFR), Young Lecturer in Mathematics award, 300K SEK/year (1999-2002).

Sundsvall's Municipality Award for a 1 year post-doctoral assistant, 2001.

Young European Researcher Award for attending Alcoma'99, Sept. 1999.

The Swedish Natural Science Research Council (NFR), Travel Award for attending Discrete Metric Spaces'98, Aug. 1998.

Marsden Research Fellowship Award (declined so that I could start lectureship post in Sweden), Massey University, New Zealand, 1997.



Vincent Moulton
Computational Biology Laboratory,
School of Computing Sciences,
University of East Anglia,
Norwich, NR4 7TJ, UK.

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