United States and Canada
Neuroscience or mental health research and training activities at a minimum of two of CAN’s three partner campuses – the Universities of Alberta, Calgary and Lethbridge. Fellows receive competitive financial support and guaranteed annual collaboration allowances to facilitate engagement at multiple campuses.
Funding for major science initiatives. Funds available for eligible institutions but not individual researchers.
Funding for biomedical and clinical sciences. Applicants affiliated with a Canadian institution or organization are eligible.
Provides funding for human health research with funds given to individual researchers, groups, networks, and research centers. Research must be carried out at universities and hospital-based research centers.
Funds research in multiple areas. Offers student fellowships, grants, and awards.
The Dr. Samarthji Lal award for mental health research recognizes a Canadian researcher in the area of psychiatry with a focus on major mental disorders, who is mid-career and is making an outstanding contribution to the field.
United States of America
Promotes research in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and economic performance. Offers two-year long research fellowships for early career researchers.
Funds research regarding Alzheimer's disease.
Funds research in neurological sciences. Offers clinical research fellowships and young investigators fellowships; professional development awards.
Funds research regarding Alzheimer's disease and works in conjunction with the Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation and The Diane and Guilford Glazer Foundation. Funds research projects for independent investigators.
Promotes research directly relating to brain tumors. Offers grants to professors and institutions to conduct research.
Promotes collaborative activities that will enhance the understanding of the nervous system structure and function. Funded by the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and The German BMBF.
Offers fellowships and grants for cancer research.
Offers awards for travel and attendance expenses associated with attending the Society for Neuroscience 2018 Annual Meeting for students who are presenting posters at the event.
Provides funding specifically for neuroscience. Offers fellowships as well as research grants.
Offered by the Multiple Sclerosis Society, awards cover salary and grant support for a five-year period. MS Society has also started a Pilot Grants Program for research in a variety of areas.
Promotes research in multiple areas, including health and medicine, and funds research grants for various projects.
Funding for research regarding complex biological systems. Offers research grants, postdoctoral fellowships, career development fellowships, and short-, long-, and cross-disciplinary fellowships.
Funds innovative research to better understand Huntington's disease. Summer research fellowships, HD Career development grants and the HD Human Biology Project are available to support HD researchers from around the globe.
Focuses on biomedical science research and provides awards for research (no research grants).
Funds research in the life sciences and offers postdoctoral fellowships.
Offers grants for neuroscience research as part of the McKnight Endowment Fund for Neuroscience.
Offers multiple “pipeline” funding programs for foundational, translational, and clinical research
Promotes research in multiple areas with research focus in natural sciences. Offers research grants and enrichment programs and a limited number of Harry Weaver Neuroscience Scholar Awards each year.
Funds research regarding psychiatric disorders. Offers grants for researchers at a university or nonprofit research institution.
Awards “Innovative Research Grants.” Hosts four calls for grant applications throughout the year.
Funds research in a broad range of scientific fields, including neuroscience. Enter "neuroscience" into search section to find grant programs that fund neuroscience research.
Sponsors research in a broad range of scientific fields, including neurosciences. Enter "Neuroscience" into search section of webpage to find grant programs funding neuroscience research. Offers special minority and women postdoctoral fellowships.
Open to early career investigators exploring the basic biology and translational potential of stem cells. Open to researchers based at both national and international accredited academic and nonprofit research institutions.
Provides support for research of exceptional scientific merit that has the potential to make a significant impact on improving the health and well-being of military service members, veterans, and other individuals living with spinal cord injury. Supports basic, translational, qualitative, and clinical trial research.