Parkinson Canada: Pilot Project Grants, New Investigator Award Program, Basic Research Fellowship


Parkinson Canada


A number of funding opportunities exist for research focused on Parkinson’s disease. Information on the individual funding opportunities can be found on the Parkinson Canada Research Application Site.

All applicants are encouraged to read the application guidelines.


Funding opportunities are available for faculty researchers, independent researchers, and graduate students. Please see each individual funding opportunity for its eligibility.

Maximum Project Value

$40,000 to $50,000 depending on the funding opportunity

Indirect Costs


Project Duration

One to two years depending on the funding opportunity


If College-level review is required, your College will communicate its earlier internal deadlines.

Internal Deadline

PI submits an OR5 form along with a copy of the full application to For the full application, see the application guidelines for the relevant funding opportunity.

External Deadline

PI to submit application on the Parkinson Canada online application system


How to Apply

Important notice to applicants: The new Parkinson Canada online application submission system will help you manage the application process. Returning and new applicants must register and create a user name and password prior to beginning the online application process.

1.   To create an application, a FluidReview account is required.
2.   Register or Sign In.
3.   Once you have logged in, select “create new submission” where you will be directed to a menu where you can select the appropriate application.  
4.   Complete the forms and requests and click “submit”

For Questions, please contact

Julie Wysocki, Director, Research Program
Parkinson Canada 
Tel: 416-227-3382 or 1 800 565-3000, ext. 3382

Office of Research

Ornella McCarron, Grants Officer
Office of Research Services
519-824-4120 x52832

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