Posts Categorized: Parkinson Canada

Parkinson Canada Travel Award funding

Parkinson Canada is pleased to offer funding for Travel Awards to support exceptional trainees to attend globally-recognized research and medical conferences related to Parkinson’s Disease, and present their research, further their training and participate in career-building activities. Travel Awards will be valued at either: $1,000 (for conferences within North America) or $1,500 (for conferences outside… Read more »

Parkinson Canada Research Program

Graduate Student Award (GSA) – $20,000/year (2-year term) For applicants pursuing a PhD and conducting research related to Parkinson’s Disease. Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (PRF) – $45,000/year (2-year term) For applicants who have received a doctorate degree (PhD or MD) and are exclusively performing research projects related to Parkinson’s Disease. Clinician Scientist Research Fellowship (CSRF) –… Read more »

Parkinson Canada – Trainee Awards

Graduate Student Award Two-year duration  $10,000 per year   Full-time graduate students at the PhD level conducting research relevant to the cure, cause, prevention, improved treatment and/or understanding of Parkinson’s disease or related disorders.  Note: The Graduate Student Award for the Master’s level is not available.  Partnership Awards (See RFA for details) Parkinson Canada and Fonds de… Read more »

Parkinsons Canada – Pilot Project Grant

Parkinson Canada is pleased to offer the Pilot Project Program (the “Program”) as part of its strategic initiative to encourage investigators (researchers) with faculty or equivalent appointments, to enter and perform research in new, specifically targeted, high priority areas of Parkinson’s research in Canada. The Program is available to individuals who propose to conduct this… Read more »

Parkinson Canada Digital Health Application Grant

The Parkinson Canada Research Program funds research into the cure, cause, progression, improved treatment and/or understanding of Parkinson’s disease, related disorders including Multiple System Atrophy (MSA), Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP), other Parkinson’s conditions and the impact these diseases have on society. The intent of this Program is to enhance and evaluate a health app that… Read more »