The 2022-2024 cycle funds projects seeking to impact diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease, quality of life, and therapeutic developments. Across the country, scientists and clinicians are working on innovative research to improve the lives of people living with Parkinson’s in Canada. This year Parkinson Canada also funded three Movement Disorder fellowships to expand access to specialized Parkinson’s care. We commend the continued research excellent from the Canadian research community and look forward to the outcomes of these projects.


Parkinson Canada and its partners are proud to support 23 new grants and trainee awards for the 2022-2024 research cycle, including:

  • 7 Pilot Project Grants
  • 2 Clinical Movement Disorders Fellowship
  • 1 Clinical Research Fellowship
  • 5 Basic Research Fellowships
  • 8 Graduate Student Awards