Who We Fund

NeuroGenE offers small grants intended to fund pilot projects, or small studies, which may later inform applications for multi-country networks of collaborative large and long-term research proposals. The aim is to fund original empirical and bioethical projects, which fall within the substantive thematic areas of our research strategy: (i) assent/informed consent; (ii) translation; (iii) stigma; (iv) equity and justice; (v) mental illness, identity, and personhood; and (vi) capacity-building and research collaboration.

If you would like to apply for funding, please contact us.

Frameworks of attitudes towards mental health disorders in contemporary Ghana – Dr. Caesar Atuire

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An exploratory study to understand the attitudes among parents towards cognitive enhancement interventions to address cognitive difficulties in their children – Dr. Jayashree Dasgupta and Dr. Georgia L Estrin

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