We are proud to work alongside our current research partners in the following ways:

British Heart Foundation (BHF) and Alzheimer's Society

We jointly fund one Clinical Study in Stroke with the BHF every year. Find out more about this award.

In 2017, we jointly funded a £2.2 million Priority Award Programme in vascular dementia research in collaboration with the BHF and Alzheimer's Society. Find out more about the three successful awards.

Medical Research Council

The Stroke Association collaborates with the Medical Research Council (MRC) to support a Clinical Fellowship for clinicians wishing to pursue a career in stroke research. Find out more about the Clinical Fellowship.

In 2017, we also we jointly funded a Priority Programme Award in vascular dementia and haemorrhagic stroke research with the MRC. Find out about more about the award.

Alzheimer's Society

In 2017, we jointly funded a £2.2 million Priority Award Programme in vascular dementia research in collaboration with the Alzheimer's Society and the British Heart Foundation. Find out more about the three successful awards.

Association of British Neurologists

In 2018, we jointly funded a Fellowship with the Association of British Neurologists for a physician with an interest in stroke to study for a PhD and begin their career in stroke research. Find out more about the successful award.

UK end of life care Research Interest Group (eolcRIG)

The Stroke Association is a member of the UK end of life care Research Interest Group (eolcRIG), which brings together organisations that recognise the importance of research to underpin the care of people at the end of life, their carers and families. Visit the website for more information.

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