The Hereditary Disease Foundation provides funding for research that advances the discovery and development of treatment for Huntington's Disease. They offer a Basic Research Grants Program along with Postdoctoral Fellowships.
TThe Huntington’s Disease Society of America supports three types of individual research grants. The HD Human Biology Project offers up to $150,000 over two years to researchers studying HD biology as it occurs in humans or testing interventions to improve patient quality of life. Since 2013, HDSA has awarded $3.5 million in grants to fund human-centric HD research. The Donald A. King Summer Research Fellowships provide $4,500 to fund a summer undergraduate research experience in an established HD laboratory to help foster the next generation of young HD researchers. The Berman-Topper Family HD Career Development Fellowship provides up to $80,000/year to support a young postdoctoral or new faculty researcher who plans to devote their career to studying HD.
CHDI accepts both academic and preclinical proposals for HD research.
The Association places a high priority on research into Huntington's Disease and is prepared to fund worthwhile projects within the limits of its research budget.