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Deadlines for grant rounds

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. 

The research programme is organised into two streams, biomedical research and care, implementation and public health research that cover the full scope of dementia research.

We are committed to increasing our investment in care research that will help people living with dementia today.

Please note: Due to the current pandemic, we do not plan to extend our grant round deadline beyond 27 March. However, if you are unable to make the deadline due to staff absence or any other issues in relation to the coronavirus please contact the grants team to discuss this [email protected]

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Last updated 25 March 2020

Open calls

Round Opening date Closing date
Alzheimer's Society and ADDF Drug Discovery call Ongoing  2020 deadlines tbc
Clinical training partnerships Open Midday 27 March 2020
Project grants Open Midday 27 March 2020
Clinician and healthcare professional fellowships Open Midday 27 March 2020 
Junior fellowships Open Midday 27 March 2020
Senior fellowships Open Midday 27 March 2020
PhD studentships Open Midday 27 March 2020
Undergraduate summer bursaries  Dec. 2021 Feb. 2022
Dissemination grants TBC TBC
Our grant application process

Visit our applications page to learn about our funding process and how you can submit a high quality research application. 

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Resubmission policy

Applicants may resubmit a revised application, for the same project, after rejection by the Grants Advisory Board, but only once. A resubmitted application can only be submitted after at least 12 months have passed since the original application was made. In other words, not to subsequent closing deadlines which are six months apart.

The Grants Advisory Board will expect the project to be sufficiently revised to take into account any reviewer feedback and further developments in the research field.

Keep up to date with Alzheimer's Society research news

Find out about the latest grant rounds and news in our quarterly update for researchers. 

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