Parkinson Canada advocates with federal, provincial and territorial governments on issues that matter to the Parkinson’s community in Canada. The Parkinson Canada Research Program funds innovative research to search for better treatments and a cure.
2018 Research Awards
As of September 2018, Parkinson Canada and its partners are proud to support 24 new grant, fellowships and student awards. These new awards represent a total of $1,274,382 committed to support new research projects in Canada over the next two years. Including the 11 research awards in their second year, and the 24 new projects, the Parkinson Canada Research Program is currently committed to investing $1,619,382.
The new awards include:
- 8 Pilot Project Grants
- 4 new Investigator Awards
- 3 Basic Research Fellowships
- 1 Clinical Movement Disorders Fellowship
- 1 Clinical Research Fellowship
- 7 Graduate Student Awards
For more information about current funding opportunities, important dates, and Applicant FAQs, please visit The Parkinson Canada Research Program webpage. All applicants are encouraged to read the Applications Guidelines.