Alzheimer's Society is a pioneer in public involvement in dementia research. Our Research Network, established in 1999, now includes a team of over 280 carers, former carers and people living with dementia.
Our Implementation grant scheme is open to researchers looking to move tested evidence based interventions into the real world setting, to translate research into practice.
Alzheimer's Society is open to funding research across all areas of dementia that is considered the highest quality and of greatest relevance to people affected by dementia.
Read about a research project we funded on the role of Rab8 and Toll signalling in Fronto-Temporal Dementia related neurodegeneration.
If you’re a researcher funded by Alzheimer’s Society, this section tells you more about our information and policies and other matters relating to management of your grant.
Research project: Foundation laying to widen access to START (STrAtegies for RelaTives).
Hear from some of the students, studying at our Doctoral Training Centres across the UK, who are specialising in dementia research.
Alzheimer's Society funds cutting-edge research into the cause, care, cure and prevention of dementia. Here are some of our highlights.
From the April/May 2018 issue of Dementia together magazine, Tim Shakespeare, in our research team, explains the impact of the UK Dementia Research Institute.