We expect the new ideas and knowledge gained from Parkinson's research that we've funded to be published in high-quality, peer-reviewed journals and shared as widely as possible through free, unrestricted online access.
We believe the best way to advance research is to share papers as widely as possible through free, unrestricted, online access.
This means that the research we fund can be used to its best advantage by researchers all over the world, to the ultimate benefit of people affected by Parkinson's.
All of our grant holders are required to publish any papers that result from Parkinson's UK funded research in open access journals.
That's why we're a member of the Charity Open Access Fund (as of 1 October 2015).
The Charity Open Access Fund (COAF) is a fund to provide financial support for immediate gold open access of peer reviewed original research articles and non-commissioned reviews accepted for publication on or after 1 October 2015.
This pilot scheme is a partnership between medical research charities and is administered by the Wellcome Trust.
Researchers must be based at one of the participating UK institutions and the fund takes the form of a block grant to each institution.
To claim from COAF, authors should contact their institution directly. If authors are unsure who the appropriate contact at their institution is, please email the Wellcome Trust at email@example.com.
Parkinson's UK grant holders are also required to tell us about any new papers in advance of publication by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on our open access policy, please see:
If you have queries, please contact email@example.com.