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The Funding

Current and past funding agencies

Foto: Johan Bävman
Photo: Johan Bävman

Funding sources

Current research funding comes from


The Swedish Research Council (VR)


Knut and Alice Wallenberg foundation


The Michael J Fox Foundation (MJFF)


The Swedish Parkinson foundation


Hjärnfonden


The Crafoord foundation


The Royal Physiographical Society in Lund


MNM receives significant funding and infrastructure support from

MultiPark | MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH IN PARKINSON'S DISEASE

MultiPark is a strategic research area funded by the Swedish Government. The aim of the MultiPark project is to radically improve life for patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease. In a multidisciplinary mobilization neuroscientists are cooperating with researchers from nanotechnology, chemistry, physics and computer science. A union between experimental and clinical science is at the core of the overarching MultiPark vision – improving the quality of life for Parkinson patients.


Prior research funding  has been received from

The American Parkinson's Disease Foundation (PDF)


The Swedish Alzheimer foundation


The Magnus Bergvall foundation


The Greta & Johan Kock foundation


The Lars Hierta memory foundation


The Thuring foundation