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Academic Collaborations

Academic Collaborations

Our researchers invite collaboration with world-leading scientists and clinician scientists to advance discovery into neurological and psychiatric disease. We have been highly successful in forming, leading and participating in large-scale funding awards. Examples of current EU-funded collaborations include:  


This public-private partnership funded under the Innovation Medicines Initiative (IMI) 2 brings together 14 academic and industry partners from across 9 countries to deepen our understanding of Parkinson’s disease. 

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This project funded under the EU Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Open programme brings together academic and industry partners from 5 countries to build ‘living brain implants’ that detect seizures before they occur, and trigger the pre-emptive release of therapeutic molecules. 

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This MSCA supported COFUND, managed in partnership with the SFI Insight Centre, has attracted 33 research fellows to Ireland to engage in interdisciplinary and intersectoral research at the interface of neurological and data science. 

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MSCA Individual Fellowships

Since its launch in 2017, FutureNeuro has supported multiple successful Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action (MSCA) Postdoctoral Fellowship applications, attracting excellent researchers with a passion for neuroscience to Ireland.

Get in contact

We welcome contact from potential candidates and can provide dedicated grant writing support. Additionally, there are opportunities for collaboration with industry organizations through secondments and non-academic placements. To discuss an academic collaboration, please contact our International Funding Lead Aisling Loftus: aislingloftus@rcsi.ie