Researchers - The Neurosciences Foundation
A guide for researchers.
How to apply
The Neurosciences Foundation welcomes applications for neuroscience research funding from researchers in the West of Scotland. Our particular focus is on research that has a clear clinical application.
We are particularly keen to support applications from junior investigators and pilot projects that could eventually lead to major funding. The Foundation is also interested to know in advance of any potential applications to be submitted over the next year. Typically our project funding awards are up to £10,000, but this is not an absolute ceiling. Although not a limiting factor, prioritywill be given to applications with less than 50% of the total going towards accessing equipment owned by the applicants’ employer. For PhD studentships we award around £12,500 per annum for three years. Applicants are required to obtain matched funding.
Grant applications must be submitted electronically, using the Word format application form. Completed forms should be returned to Professor Wyper - firstname.lastname@example.org.
The next deadline for studentship and project applications will be announced later in the year.
What is the purpose of The Neurosciences Foundation?.
The main role of The Neurosciences Foundation [NSF] is to assist in the provision of funds for research to help patients with brain tumours, stroke, head injury, Parkinson's Disease, depression, schizophrenia, MS, epilepsy or other diseases of the central nervous system.