Application process

1. When you submit an application you will receive confirmation by email.

1. The application is then sent to the Research Office of the Host Institution with which you're associated.

1. When the application has been processed by your Research Office you'll receive notification by email. If your Research Office does not approve your application you will be able to edit and resubmit it.

1. Once approved by your Research Office, your application is submitted to the Neurological Foundation.

1. For project grants, the Neurological Foundation will arrange external referee reviews of your application. You will be able to see these reviews after the Neurological Foundation has made a decision on funding for your application.

1. A committee convened by the Neurological Foundation will review and score your application and make recommendations on which applications should be funded.

1. The Committee Chairs will present the committee recommendations to the Neurological Foundation Council who will make the final decision.

1. You and your institution's research office will be advised by email of the final decision.

If you can't find the information you need, please use the "Get in touch" form on this page to send an inquiry to the Neurological Foundation.


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