We have a 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.
If you already have an active grant, you can view our information for grantholders page.
Advice for applying for a grant
All applications are reviewed by people with Parkinson's and their loved ones who support them. 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 preparing a research grant application (PDF, 132KB) for top tips on preparing your application for funding.
You could also read tips for health research funding success from the NIHR Research Design Service London.
Use of animals in research
Other support and resources
Finding a cure will take time – so we also champion research to improve quality of life for people with Parkinson's and their families.
We worked with the James Lind Alliance and researchers at UK universities to carry out a Priority Setting Partnership. These priority areas will help direct research efforts in improving everyday life with Parkinson’s.
THE TOP 10 PRIORITIES
1. Balance and falls
2. Stress and anxiety
3. Uncontrollable movements
4. Personalised treatments
6. Mild thinking and memory problems
7. Monitoring symptoms
10. Urinary problems
The findings and a full list of 26 priorities were published open access in the British Medical Journal.
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.
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