Manitoba’s Research Website
Around the world, the scientific community is devoting substantial effort and funding to dementia research. Researchers are looking for ways to prevent the disease, to improve quality of life for people living with the disease and to ultimately finding a cure to eradicate the disease.
Click here to visit our Research website for the latest updates on dementia research happening in Manitoba, Canada and around the world.
This $500,000 investment (over a five-year period), is an extraordinary opportunity for our community to come together and make a real difference for those affected by dementia.
Click here for more details.
Click here to read the latest article in Wave, Winnipeg’s Health and Wellness Magazine, featuring Dr. Ben Albensi and his St. Boniface Research Team as they seek to understand chronic brain disorders.
Alzheimer Society Research Program
In 2015/2016, the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba directed $75,534 to fund research approved through the Alzheimer Society Research Program (ASRP).
Click here to find out more about ASRP, funded researchers, research news and accountability reports.
The Alzheimer Society Research Program (ASRP) is very pleased to introduce an ASRP Video Blog Series featuring our 2016 grant and award recipients. These 2-3 minute videos will be posted on the Alzheimer Society blog every couple of weeks and will give you an opportunity to hear directly from our researchers as they speak about the main goals of their research projects.
Graduate Student Fellowship Awards in Manitoba
Click here to find out how to apply researchers in Manitoba.
Participate in Research
Click here to find out how you can participate.
Click here for National studies looking for Canadians looking to participate.
Financial gifts directed towards research are crucial to help find better treatments and ultimately a cure for Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Without proper funding, research breakthroughs go undiscovered.
Click here to make a donation today!