The Network Centre provides opportunities for pump-priming funds, equipment grants and travel awards.
Our Peer Review process
All applications for funds are reviewed by senior academics working in Exeter and Plymouth, with conflicts of interest appropriately managed.
You can download pro-formas here and these can be submitted to the Network Coordinator or Administrator when applications open for the year. We’ll update this page with deadline dates once applications are open again for Network funding.
Network members are also eligible for exclusive Alzheimer’s Research UK grants.
Recently funded projects
In our most recent call for applications, we funded the following projects:
|Title of award||Type||PI||Collaborators||Amount|
|Functional characterisation of ANK1, a novel gene implicated in Alzheimer’s disease (AD)||Pump priming||Adam Smith (Exeter)||Eli Lilly||£4,596|
|"Investigating disrupted hippocampal sharp wave ripples in dementia||Pump priming||Erica Brady (Exeter)||Prof Andrew Randall||£3,216|
|Uncovering the role of Contactin protein in neurodegeneration||Pump priming||Asami Ogaru-Ando (Exeter)||Anggono laboratories, (Queensland University, Australia)||£4,216.64|
|Functional epigenetic analysis of Alzheimer’s Disease risk genes||Pump priming||Sam Washer (Exeter)||£3,000|
|Updating tracking systems||Equipment||Maria-Garcia (Exeter)||£3,525|
|CytoSMARTTM 2 FR||Equipment||Jennifer Imm (Exeter)||£3,054|