Finding Funding for Alzheimer’s Disease Research: Meet the BrightFocus Foundation (2022)
Are you looking for funding to advance your research on Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and related dementias (ADRD)? Join us for this virtual event to learn about BrightFocus Foundation, a leading global nonprofit funder of innovative basic, translational, and clinical research to accelerate understanding, prevention, treatment, and cures for AD and ADRD. Each year, the foundation’s Alzheimer’s Disease Research program funds nearly 150 scientific research projects worldwide led by both postdocs and independent faculty members, with a focus on early-career scientists. (This year’s application deadline is November 1st.)
Dr. Sharyn Rossi, PhD, Director of Scientific Programs in Neuroscience at the foundation, will lead a discussion with BrightFocus Foundation grantees and Boston University School of Medicine faculty members Ben Wolozin, MD, PhD, and Manveen Sethi, PhD.