Committed to making a difference

    The PARKINSON’S DISEASE SOCIETY (PDS) helps people with
    Parkinson’s and their families by providing advice and
    support, information, and funds for research into the

    Project Grant Applications

    Research is one of the Parkinson’s Disease Society’s
    (PDS) key aims, and has been a major focus of our work for the last
    30 years. The Society is looking to make a major step forward in
    funding quality research into all aspects of Parkinson’s
    disease research. As part of our continuing commitment to build
    research capacity related to Parkinson’s, we wish to invite
    applications for our highly successful and established project
    grant scheme.

    Applications are invited for project grants of up to three
    years. Grants are tenable only at a United Kingdom University, an
    NHS Trust or a statutory Social Care organisation.

    The Parkinson’s Disease Society supports Biomedical,
    Health and Social Care and Social Policy research and wishes to
    encourage research related to the improvement of the quality of
    life for people with Parkinson’s.

    Application forms may be obtained from our website, www.parkinsons.org.uk or
    Research Office, Parkinson’s Disease Society, 215 Vauxhall
    Bridge Road, London SW1V 1EJ or email research@parkinsons.org.uk

    Closing date: Monday 18 April 2005.

    Please ensure that you use the current guidelines and
    application form, both on the Society’s website.
    The PDS is working towards being an equal opportunities
    We welcome applications from disabled persons, including those with
    Parkinson’s disease.
    Parkinson’s Disease Society of the United Kingdom. Registered
    Charity No. 258197.

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