Seed Grant Guidelines and Institutional Eligibility
The 2023 Seed Grant Letter of Intent round will open in early October 2022.
If your institution did not receive an invitation directly from BRF via e-mail, then you are not eligible to apply. To learn more about institutional eligibility and our application guidelines, click below.
The BRF seed grants program awards small grants towards funding for neuroscience research.
Our grant programs differ from a lot of programs out there because we are committed to funding research into all areas of the brain, whether cognitive, neurodegenerative, related to learning and development or diseases.
You can view some of the studies and research we have funded below.
Seed Grants Archive
Apply for a Seed Grant
To be eligible for this $80,000 two-year grant program, your institution must receive an invitation from Brain Research Foundation to nominate one faculty member to submit a letter of intent. The Principal Investigator (PI) must be a full-time assistant or associate professor working in the field of neuroscience.
Log in here for returning researchers looking to check the status of an existing application or to continue where you left off on your application.