Founded in 1998 by Leonard A. and Ronald S. Lauder, the ADDF is the only charity solely dedicated to funding the development of drugs for Alzheimer's. The ADDF employs a venture philanthropy model, funding research in academia and the biotechnology industry worldwide.
Awards a $25,000 prize for neurobiology to one young scientist per year.
Lists NIH research grants for a variety of neuroscience-related initiatives, with special focus on those outside the United States. The list is continuously updated to reflect open calls for applications and future due dates.
Focuses resources on brain science research and offers fellowships, travel awards, and “return home” grants.
Funds research in multiple aspects of science and society. Membership is composed of science academies around the world who are the only eligible recipients of funding.
Funds research in multiple areas and has special programs for scientists in developing countries.
The award provides $1.5M USD over five years and is open to researchers based at accredited academic institutions and nonprofit research institutions from throughout the world.
Supports a wide range of conferences and meetings in North America, Asia, and Europe, including support for young scientists to attend these meetings. TCCI is currently accepting funding requests for conferences, meetings, and workshops relevant to its mission.