"Investing in people, and in talent, is absolutely vital" - Dr Brian Dickie, Director of Research Development

Fellowship Appeal

 

World-class researchers, performing world-class research, is the only way to beat motor neurone disease. That is why the MND Association is funding more projects at the forefront of MND research than ever before.  Will you join the fight against MND by investing in the MND research leaders of tomorrow?

100% of your donation will go to funding world-class research into motor neurone disease.

£20 could help to increase the number of Fellowships we are able to fund each year

£20

could help to increase the number of Fellowships we are able to fund each year
Donate £20

£50 could help to pay for specialist lab equipment for use in vital MND research

£50

could help to pay for specialist lab equipment for use in vital MND research
Donate £50

£100 could help support a team of researchers to make the next breakthrough

£100

could help support a team of researchers to make the next breakthrough
Donate £100

Funding the future of MND research

To encourage the brightest and best scientists to dedicate their careers to MND research, we set up our Fellowship scheme. This scheme encourages the very best minds to study motor neurone disease, and your support could help us to increase the number of Scientific Fellowships grants we are able to fund, bringing even more excellent scientists together to fight MND, and bring us closer to a cure.

Please donate today to help attract more excellent scientists to join the fight against MND.

100% of your donation will go to funding MND research.  Your gift could supply a research team with the cutting-edge equipment they need to prove their theory, and your gift could even help to fund the next breakthrough in MND treatment.  Please give generously today.

  “The vision of a world free from MND is hugely ambitious, but I agree with the MND Association that the skill and dedication of scientists make this goal achievable in our lifetime.” 

Prof Colin Blakemore, University of Oxford

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