We support research in regenerative medicine and the development of stem cell therapies directed to developing future cellular repair treatments that can lead to functional recovery for future generations of patients afflicted by Alzheimer's disease.
All research grant applications are subject to full peer review.
The most recent C.A.R.E. research grants have been awarded to
  • 2015. Professor Anne Rosser, Cardiff University, for a project entitled "Evaluation of novel stem cell technologies for application to the neurodegeneration of Alzheimer's disease".
  • 2017. Professor Meng Li and Anne Rosser, Cardiff University for a project entitled "Developing stem cell technologies for the neurodegeneration of Alzheimer's disease: assessing the capacity of Embryonic stem cell-derived projection neurons and interneurons to integrate in adult cortex".
  • 2019. Anne Rosser, Sophie Rowlands and Oliver Barclay. Cardiff University for a project entitled "Maintaining authentic human fetal neural tissue identity in vitro".
​We support travel grants for junior scientists and the invitation of speakers promoting Alzheimer's disease research at international meetings on the themes of brain repair and neuronal restoration.
The following scientific meetings have been made possible by grants from C.A.R.E.
  • The XIIth International Symposium on Neural Transplantation, Cardiff, UK. September 2013.
  • The 19th Annual NECTAR Meeting, Galway, Ireland. November 2014.
  • The 21st Annual NECTAR Meeting, Cambridge, UK. December 2016.
  • the XVth International Symposium on Neural Repair and Restoration, Port Douglas, Australia, September 2017.
  • The 22nd Annual NECTAR meeting, Dublin, Ireland, December 2017.
  • The 23rd Annual NECTAR meeting, Paris, France, December 2018.
  • The 24th Annual NECTAR meeting, Cardiff, UK, November 2019.