Hope for Tomorrow Dementia Research Catalyst Grant
The Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories has announced a $1Million investment to dementia research in Alberta. The Hope for Tomorrow Dementia Research Catalyst Grant is a one-time funding opportunity provided to researchers in Alberta. The awarded funds must be matched by a partner organization which translates to a $2Million investment. This investment is in addition to the funds we have currently committed to dementia research.
As an organization we want to provide ‘Hope for Tomorrow’ to those living with the dementia and through this grant highlights the ongoing need for quality dementia research in Alberta.
The Hope for Tomorrow Dementia Research Catalyst Grant was made possible through the generosity of Alberta’s donors, who have entrusted us to steward their donations appropriately.
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Alberta Alzheimer Research Program
The Alberta Prion Research Institute and the Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories co-fund the Alberta Alzheimer Research Program. This program allows Alberta-based investigators to obtain funding for Alzheimer’s disease research in areas related to understanding the fundamental mechanisms of the disease and improving the quality of life for those with Alzheimer's.
More information on this program is available at http://prioninstitute.ca/content/programs.
Alzheimer Society Research Program
The Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories also contributes to the Alzheimer Society Research Program. This program provides grants and training awards to Canadian researchers in the field of Alzheimer's disease.
Campus Alberta Neuroscience
The Alzheimer Society of Alberta and the Northwest Territories supports various initiatives in collaboration with Campus Alberta Neuroscience (CAN), a province-wide network connecting the Universities of Alberta, Calgary, and Lethbridge to increase the impact of neuroscience and mental health research, education and translation. Through collaborative partnerships with researchers, government and health system stakeholders, industry and community organizations, CAN aims to improve brain health in Alberta and beyond.
More information available on the Campus Alberta Neuroscience website.
Donations can be designated to research. A gift of $25, $50 or $100 to the Alzheimer Society may help fund ground-breaking research that will lead to a cure during your lifetime or the lifetime of your children.
Through generous supporters like you, we are closer to our goal of a world without Alzheimer Disease.