Imperial College London Network Centre
The Network is designed to support dementia research through the funding of collaborative science and networking to share findings and resources.
Through the Network Centre, there are opportunities for pump-priming funds, equipment grants and travel awards.
Download the application forms here:
Network members are also eligible for exclusive Alzheimer’s Research UK grants.
Our peer review process
All applications for funds are reviewed by the Organising Committee, with conflicts of interest appropriately managed.
Recently funded projects
In our most recent call for applications, we funded the following projects:
|Title of award||Type||PI (all ICL)||Collaborators||Amount|
|Antibody delivery to Alzheimer’s disease by ultrasound||Pump priming||James Choi||Robert Perneczky, Stafford Lightman, Magdalena Sastre, Lefkos Middleton||£5,000|
|Characterising the neurophysiological profile of apathy in Alzheimer’s Disease during a reward task||Pump priming||Paresh Malhotra||Koldo Callado, Steve Gentleman, Jesus Garcia-Sevilla||£2,151.10|
|Biomarker-based personalised risk prediction for postoperative cognitive decline||Pump priming||Robert Perneczky||David Klug, Keith Willison, Thomas Knopfel||£5,000|
|Evaluation of the spatial-temporal distribution of self-interacting tau in human post-mortem brain.||Pump priming||Javier Alegre- Abarrategui||Jackie de Belleroche, Magdalena Sastre, Christopher Sibley||£5,000|
|Novel method of evaluation of early cognitive impairment||Pump priming||Paul Edison||Trudi Edginton||£4,986.50|
|Chemogenetic modulation of glia in Alzheimer’s Disease||Pump priming||Nicholas Mazarakis||David Owen, Steve Gentleman, David Dexter||£2,500|
|Autoradiography imaging plates for Characterizing the imidazoline type 2 receptor tracer BU99008 as novel biomarker of glia activation||Equipment||Cornelius Donat||David Nutt, Paul Matthews, Paul Edison, Magdalena Sastre, Steve Gentleman||£4000|