Further Funding for the Dementia Research Institute (Gov UK / MRC / Alzheimer’s Society / ARUK)

Summary

Additional partnership funding has been announced for Dementia Research Institute (DRI). The Alzheimer’s Society and Alzheimer’s Research UK have each committed £50 million towards supporting the work of the Institute, making the total commitment to date around £250 million pounds.

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Historic £100 million charity backing for UK Dementia Research Institute. London: Medical Research Council (MRC), May 1st 2016.

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Charities’ historic pledge sees funding for landmark Dementia Research Institute soar to £250 million. London: Department for Business Innovation and Skills, Medical Research Council and Jo Johnson MP, May 1st 2016.

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Alzheimer’s Society makes historic £50 million investment in the UK Dementia Research Institute. London: Alzheimer’s Society, May 1st 2016.

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Alzheimer’s Research UK to invest £50m in UK Dementia Research Institute. London: Alzheimer’s Research UK, May 1st 2016.

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