Looking to our Future Leaders
New Year, new research grant opportunities as The Charity is returning to traditional research funding after the pandemic pause with our substantial Future Leaders grants.
Launching our Winter Appeal 2019
Our community have come together to share their stories and their wishes for our Winter Appeal, creating a powerful campaign.
Announcing our funding of a major new role at The University of Manchester
We’re delighted to announce our £1.35m investment in a pioneering drive to help accelerate research into brain tumours at one of the UK’s leading universities.
Announcing our new £3.7m global research investment
Thanks to the support of our community, we’re pledging more than £3.7m to UK and international teams working towards our twin goals: doubling brain tumour survival and halving the harm caused by the disease
BBC Children in Need and St James’s Place Foundation award grants to our support services
BBC Children in Need and St James’s Place Foundation have awarded grants totalling over £208,000 to The Brain Tumour Charity’s support services.
Research into brain tumours: why money isn’t everything
Beccy Shortt, our Senior Policy and Public Affairs Manager at The Brain Tumour Charity explores the barriers surrounding brain tumour research.
Charity Investment in Research: AMRC Findings
The latest report from the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) shows that we’re part of an annual investment worth more than £1 billion each year amounting to over 40% of all publically-funded medical research.
Research initiatives totalling £4.3m announced today by The Brain Tumour Charity
Today we’re proud to announce a package of research initiatives totalling £4.3m.
Ex-Facebook President Sean Parker pledges $250million to research immunotherapy for cancer treatment
Sean Parker, the billionaire co-founder of Napster, is donating $250 million to create The Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy, with the ambitious goal of making the disease curable.
Petitions Committee report on research funding for brain tumours debated in House of Commons
Yesterday saw the Petitions Committee report on research funding into brain tumours debated by MP’s in Westminster Hall. Over 40 MPs spoke at the debate, with only standing room left as proceedings began.
The American Brain Tumour Association awards $1million for innovative research
The American Brain Tumour Association (ABTA), founded in 1973 and based in Chicago, has announced it is awarding $1million in new research grants.
GBM diagnosis inspires innovative patient support strategy
An American not-for-profit organisation is recruiting students to join their cancer support fellowship TaketheFight
Deadline closes for our latest research funding calls
We are delighted to announce an overwhelmingly positive response to our latest appeal for research ideas, with a host of teams bidding to drive forward progress towards defeating brain tumours.