Our Grant Rounds
Alzheimer's Society is stepping up the fight against dementia through greater investment in research. We have a year-on-year commitment to increase research spend, and we are aiming to spend at least £10 million a year on research by 2017.
What we fund
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, services 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.
|| Closing date
|Care and public health programme grants||Currently open||Midday 22 July 2016|
|Alzheimer's Society and ADDF Drug Discovery call|| Ongoing
||2 September 2016 (expressions of interest 2 weeks before)|
(BIOMEDICAL ONLY - next CSPH project grant deadline March 2017)
|Currently open||Midday 23 September|
|Clinician and healthcare professional fellowships||Currently open||Midday 23 September|
|Junior fellowships||Currently open||Midday 23 September|
|Senior fellowships||Currently open||Midday 23 September|
|PhD studentships||Currently open||
Midday 23 September
|Round|| Opening date
|Dissemination grants||Scheme under review||-|
|Implementation grants||August 2016||October 2016|
Visit our applications page to learn about our funding process and how you can submit a high quality research application.
Grant applicant webinars
We are hosting a series of webinars to guide potential applicants through the application process and offer hints and tips for applying to our grant rounds. This will be held on Tuesday 9 August at 12:30 and Thursday 25th August at 13:30 and will last no longer than one hour. These webinars will cover the grants that we offer and their upcoming deadlines, including proposal development and our new grant schemes. Those participating in the webinar will be able to use the session to ask questions about the process.
In order to participate, you will need to be a researcher based at a UK institution or NHS trust but do not need to be funded by Alzheimer's Society. You will also need to have access to a phone and a computer.
If you are interested in participating in one of these webinars, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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 6 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.
Sign up for Research Grants Updates
We encourage anyone with an interest in dementia research funding to sign up to our updates. Your information will only be used by the Research Team to keep you informed about new opportunities and funding available in the programme.