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2016 MEDICALLY RELATED DONATIONS 
At their June and November meetings the Trustees made pledges totalling £979,000 to sixteen charities under the 'Medically Related Donations' programme. 
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AND THE 2016 SIR JULES THORN AWARD FOR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH GOES TO...
Professor Rachel Batterham and the team at University College London, who have been awarded £1,423,625 by the Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust to enable them to maximise the health benefits obtained from bariatric surgery
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2015 MEDICALLY RELATED DONATIONS 
At their 24 November 2015 meeting the Trustees made pledges totalling £1,230,000 to nineteen charities under the 'Medically Related Donations' programme. 
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AND THE 2015 SIR JULES THORN AWARD FOR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH GOES TO...
Dr Marc Dweck and the team at the University of Edinburgh, who have been awarded £1.36 million by the Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust to enable them to investigate myocardial fibrosis and left ventricular decompensation in patients with aortic stenosis. 
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CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW NORTHERN IRELAND HOSPICE IS UNDERWAY
The new Northern Ireland Hospice in Belfast, a project part funded by The Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust, begins to take shape.
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NEW CENTRE FOR EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE TAKES SHAPE
The new building housing the Centre for Experimental Medicine at Queen's University Belfast, a project part funded by The Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust, takes shape.
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AND THE 2014 SIR JULES THORN AWARD FOR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH GOES TO...
Professor Massimo Caputo and the team at the University of Bristol/Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, who have been awarded £1.4 million by the Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust to enable them to investigate the use of stem cell therapy for the repair of congenital heart abnormalities in very young children.
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2014 MEDICALLY RELATED DONATIONS
At their 4 November 2014 meeting the Trustees made pledges totalling £867,000 to eleven charities under the 'Medically Related Donations' programme.
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THE SIR JULES THORN CHARITABLE TRUST SUPPORTS YOUNG ADULTS WITH AUTISM
The Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust has provided a grant to Prior's Court, a Berkshire based charity supporting young people aged 5-25 who are severely challenged by their autism and have learning difficulties and complex needs. The grant has helped to fund the new onsite Young Adult Provision which fully opened in September 2013 and is aimed at empowering young adults age 19 - 25 with autism and complex needs to lead a fulfilling and purposeful life.
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2013 MEDICALLY RELATED DONATIONS
At their 6 November 2013 meeting the Trustees made pledges totalling £1.168 million to ten charites under the 'Medically Related Donations' programme.
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AND THE 2013 SIR JULES THORN AWARD FOR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH GOES TO...
Dr Frank Waldron-Lynch and the team at the University of Cambridge JDRF/Wellcome Trust Diabetes and Inflammation Laboratory, who have been awarded just over a million pounds by the Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust to enable them to conduct a clinical trial to develop a new treatment for type 1 diabetes.
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ANN RYLANDS SMALL DONATIONS PROGRAMME - ONLINE APPLICATION NOW AVAILABLE
As part of its on-going technology upgrade the Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust is pleased to be able to offer an online application system for charities seeking funding under the Ann Rylands Small Donations Programme.
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AND THE SIR JULES THORN AWARD FOR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH 2012 GOES TO...
Newcastle University for the project "Bringing next generation sequencing to the next generation : early diagnosis of inherited immune deficiency".
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GRANT PROGRAMME CHANGES
Changes to the Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust grant making policy from 1 January 2012
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