Our wide range of research grants offers support to scientists researching Parkinson's at every stage of their careers.
Parkinson's UK is the largest member-led charitable funder of Parkinson's research in Europe.
So far, we've invested more than £75million in groundbreaking research.
We are focused on finding new and better treatments for Parkinson's, and one day a cure. And we're investing in big ideas that will speed up the research process, and deliver treatments to the people who need them faster.
We're also keen to fund research that improves quality of life in the shorter term - see our top 10 priority research areas for improving everyday life.
All our grants are reviewed by people with Parkinson's and their carers, so we recommend applicants involve the perspective of people affected by the condition in developing their application, for the best chance of success.
To find out how we can support you to do this see our Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) page.
Read our guide to Writing a research grant application (PDF, 250KB) for other top tips on preparing your application for funding.
You could also read 10 tips for health research funding success created by the Research Design Service.
Applications for all research grants must be made via our online application system.
All research supported by Parkinson's UK must only use animals where there are no alternatives. Experiments using animals must:
For more information on the replacement, reduction and refinement in research using animals, please see the NC3Rs website.
Letters of support
We are very happy to encourage and support research into Parkinson’s in all areas by providing a letter of support for your application of funding.
Parkinson’s UK will only review applications for letter of support if: