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Grants to USA, Canada, and International established researchers to assemble research teams for innovative research on Parkinson's disease. Applicants are required to submit an LOI prior to a full grant application. Funding is intended for both basic science and clinical research across multiple disciplines.
The goal of the Parkinson’s Foundation Research Centers is to provide funding for innovative teams of scientists working on a thematic area of Parkinson’s disease. The Foundation is interested in proposals that tackle critical issues or problems that are impeding progress in the field of PD research.
The Parkinson’s Foundation’s vision and mission is based on three interwoven priorities: research discoveries that prevent, control and ultimately cure the disease for all people with Parkinson’s, that all people with Parkinson’s have access to equitable and quality care, and that all people affected by Parkinson’s have the information and resources they need. As such, proposals that touch upon these priorities (for example, studies unraveling the pathophysiology of PD, preclinical work towards disease-modifying therapies, or symptomatic therapy for unmet clinical needs) will be given priority.
For research requirements and considerations, see URL for Full Text (RFP).
Eligible use of funds:
GrantWatch ID#: 198729
Awards are $500,000 a year for 4 years, for a total award of $2,000,000.
- The award is capped to support up to 40% effort for individual PI salaries and is subject to the NIH salary cap of $199,300. The percent effort salary support of other personnel is not limited.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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