Our main role is to assist in the provision of funds for research groups based in Scotland whose work will ultimately help patients with brain tumours, stroke, head injury, Parkinson’s Disease, depression, schizophrenia, MS, epilepsy or other diseases of the central nervous system.
Moving ahead with brain research and education
We help provide funds for research to help with brain injuries and diseases of the brain
The Foundation has granted over £1 million to early career doctors and scientists to explore new techniques and diagnostic treatments for conditions relating to these disorders of nerves and the nervous system.
“The Neurosciences Foundation supports research to develop better treatments for people with brain injury and illness.”DavinaDirector, Hamilton Walker PR, Edinburgh
The Neurosciences Foundation supports Scottish groups researching innovative techniques and treatments of neurological conditions
Intensive Care Unit Project
Some of our researchers after their NSF 2019 seminar presentations
Katerina, Maria and Tim relax after their excellent presentations at the NSF 2019 Research Seminar
Some other presentations from our researchers
Meet the trustees and members of the medical advisory board
When not developing websites Mandy likes to spend time in the garden, reading, walking, and exploring Edinburgh and the Lothians on her bike.
To relax Dave gets on his bicycle. For many years he was a road runner, but has now reduced the pounding by getting on his Paralane Focus and riding sedately round the hills to the south of Glasgow. For many years he was a piper in Williamwood Pipe Band and is still invited to many weddings.
Margaret has put up with him for over 50 years and they have two sons, one daughter and two grandchildren. Margaret’s passion is dance. She set up and ran the Dance Foundation and now has several hundred children and mothers. Dave puts up the barres.
In his spare time, Saif enjoys road cycling and following the peloton on the UCI world cycling calendar. and supplies it with the necessary regelialia.