Our funding schemes

Our research programme provides funding for all career-levels: undergraduate bursaries, PhD studentships, fellowships, and project grants for established researchers.

Applications can be made for research projects that are relevant to people affected by dementia and that fit within our funding remit, which is organised into two streams:

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

Our funding schemes are open for applications
Research
Project grants are for researcher led applications to enable world-class research in to theĀ cause, cure, care or preventionĀ of any form of dementia.
Research
The objective of Alzheimer's Society PhD Studentship grants is to provide funding for new PhD studentships in the areas ofĀ cause, cure, care or preventionĀ of all types of dementia.
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Junior Fellowships are for post-doctoral researchers who have shown exceptional promise at the start of their research career. Applicants should demonstrate potential to be an independent researcher.
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A Senior Fellowship is for post-doctoral or other successful researchers who wish to build on a number of successful years of dementia research, and who demonstrate the ambition and potential to be a leader in their research field at the end of the award.
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Institutions can apply for up to three Fellowships for clinicians or healthcare professionals to undertake study towards a higher degree (usually a PhD).
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Undergraduate research bursaries aim to give students dementia research experience and to encourage them to consider a career in scientific research.
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Dissemination grants provide funding for researchers who wish to disseminate the findings of a completed research programme or project.
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Our Drug Discovery programme funds research to identify and test drug treatments for Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia.
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Alzheimer's Society is funding eight Doctoral Training Centres across the UK to develop the next generation of Dementia Research Leaders.