MSA Trust is accepting new and innovative project grant applications for Research Grant Round 2019

Information and downloadable forms, terms and conditions and policies are available from the website from Wednesday 10th July 2019

Applications Open: 1st September 2019

At Multiple System Atrophy Trust, we are committed to funding the best scientific research to get a step closer to discovering the cause and cure of multiple system atrophy (MSA).

We intend to further increase our knowledge and understanding of MSA by supporting researchers with a new round of grant funding in 2019/20.

MSA Trust seeks innovative and translational neuroscience research projects. We are open to working collaboratively, at home and abroad, where there is a demonstrable connection to a UK-based Principal Investigator/Institution.

We welcome grant funding applications up to the value of £150,000.  Applications can be for single or multiple years’ projects.

We welcome research grant applications on any aspect of basic, translational or clinical neuroscience, aimed at better understanding the cause and/or improving treatment of MSA.

Applications will be reviewed by our Scientific Advisory Panel, chaired by Dr. Christopher Kobylecki, Salford Royal Hospital. Criteria for application is given on our website:
In this section of the website you will find updated guidelines for application, our research strategy, terms and conditions and an application form.

Closing Date for applications is 30th November 2019, 5p.m. 

All applications should be sent along with any supporting materials to