Grants

Grants

NARSAD Grants are one of the highest distinctions in the field of mental health research. Many investigators go on to receive larger federal and private grants based on their NARSAD Grant projects.  No other organization outside of the federal government has funded the number of mental health research grants that the Foundation has—or been responsible for more breakthroughs in the field.

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Grant Types

Grant Types

The Foundation awards three types of Grants to researchers at all stages of their careers

About NARSAD Grants

  • A NARSAD Grant is one of the highest distinctions in the field of mental health research. Many investigators go on to receive larger federal and private grants based on their NARSAD Grant projects.
  • All Grant application submissions are reviewed by our Scientific Council which reviews and selects the most promising research ideas with the greatest potential to lead to advancements and breakthroughs. 
  • NARSAD Grants support a broad range of the best ideas in brain research. Funding is focused on four priority areas to better understand and treat mental illness, aiming toward prevention and ultimately cures.
  • NARSAD Grant recipients have gone on to receive more than $3 billion in additional research funding in next stage NIMH and NIH grants.
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