The Neuroregeneration Research Institute is funded by grants from the NIH and DOD for Parkinson's and ALS research. In 2009, the Institute received an ARRA Stimulus Award from NINDS to fund the PD iPS Cell Line Research Consortium, a multi-P.I. grant (O. Isacson, Coordinating PI).
The Institute is also supported by grants and donations from private foundations: The Michael J. Fox Foundation, the Consolidated Anti-Aging Foundation, the Orchard Foundation, the Harold and Ronna Cooper Family and the Poul Hansen Family support research on Parkinson's disease; the Vaughan Fund and Cure Huntington's Disease Initiative (CHDI) support research on Huntington's disease.
How you can help
The Institute accepts donations to help fund research work that may lead to the cure for neurodegenerative diseases. We have a donation fund at McLean called the "Neuroregeneration Donation Fund #040489". This is a non-profit McLean-monitored fund that provides opportunities to start necessary new projects and maintain our excellent staff.