The Davis Phinney Foundation funds research projects that address quality of life for people living with Parkinson’s. Current and previous projects have focused on the impact of community cycling classes, deep brain stimulation, speech therapies, telemedicine, technology, and more. As a Foundation committed to helping people with Parkinson’s live well today, we are proud to work with those on the cutting edge of quality of life research.
Do you have an innovative research idea that might help improve the lives of people living with Parkinson’s? Consider submitting an application for funding. Our grant application timeline is below.
Each year, we put out a call for Letters of Intent (LOIs) to researchers who are interested in receiving funding for projects that address quality of life in Parkinson’s.
And please, share with your communities, doctors, and Parkinson’s clinics. You never know who you might run into who is interested in exactly the type of research we fund – the kind that has the potential to help more people with Parkinson’s live well TODAY.
If you have any questions about the 2020 LOI submission process, please contact our Director of Education, Melani Dizon, at firstname.lastname@example.org.