Information for applicants
Policies and information to help you apply for a Parkinson's UK research grant.
We have a wide range of research grants to support Parkinson's researchers at every stage of their career. On this page you will find information to support your application and details of the other resources we provide.
Advice for applying for a grant
All applications are reviewed by people with Parkinson's and their carers. So for the best chance of success, we recommend you involve the perspectives of people affected by Parkinson's when developing your application.
Read our guide to writing a research grant application (pdf, 250KB) for top tips on preparing your application for funding.
You could also read 10 tips for health research funding success from the Research Design Service.
Everything you need to know
Use of animals in research
All research supported by Parkinson's UK must comply with the NC3Rs requirements to replace, reduce and refine the use of animals in research.
We have signed up to the Declaration on Openness on Animal Research.
Please also see our policy on the use of animals in research.
Other support and resources
Research priorities for improving life
Finding a cure will take time – so we also champion research to improve quality of life for people with Parkinson's and their families. Discover our list of key priorities for improving everyday life in the shorter term.
Patient and public involvement (PPI)
Whether you're applying for funding or conducting your research, there are many ways we can support you to involve people affected by Parkinson's in a meaningful and timely way. Find out how PPI can benefit your research.
Recruit participants to your study
As the UK's largest Parkinson's charity, we can help you recruit participants by sharing your research with our supporters. Learn more about the support we offer.
Get updates on grants
Be the first to find out about funding, events, news and opportunities in the world of research by signing up to Synapse - our enewsletter for the Parkinson's research community.