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On 17 February, Nadeem Qureshi (SPCR researcher and training lead at the University of Nottingham) received £29K from Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group's NIHR Research Capability Funding. Nadeem will undertake a systematic review and pilot testing to develop an application for a NIHR Programme Grant for Applied Research (PGfAR) project.

The award stems from current FAMCHOL (familial hypercholesterolameia) research funded by the School for Primary Care Research.The SPCR study entitled 'Improving identification of familial hypercholesterolaemia in general practice: intervention development project' received just over £99 000K in 2012 and is a collaborative study between the universities of Nottingham, UCL and Oxford.  

Nadeem's recently funded SPCR research which commenced late in 2013 considers familial breast cancer risk assessment in primary care. Contact Nadeem Qureshi for more information.

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