Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research: Targeted Research Funding Opportunities

The Michael J. Fox Foundation works to accelerate promising research toward breakthroughs for Parkinson’s patients. The Foundation places a strong emphasis on funding translational and clinical research, but also supports high-risk/high-reward discovery work.

Targeted Research Opportunities

Glucocerebrosidase Biology and Therapy

Supports the advancement of understanding of glucocerebrosidase biology and the acceleration of therapeutic approaches.

Non-Pharmacological Interventions for Gait and Balance Disturbances

Supports the testing of non-pharmacological interventions for gait and balance disturbances in people with Parkinson’s disease.

Alpha-synuclein biology and therapies

Supports research aiming to advance understanding of alpha-synuclein biology and accelerate therapeutic approaches.

Biomarkers of protein handling and autophagy, exosomes and lipids

Supports research to advance biomarker assays in three highly relevant Parkinson’s disease biology research areas.

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