The Parkinson’s Disease Foundation is currently offering $2.7 million in fellowships and grants as part of its ongoing commitment to stopping the neurological disorder in its tracks. Parkinson’s affects 1 million Americans and 10 million people worldwide, and those numbers are expected to double by 2030. Advances in treatments are more numerous now than they were 10 years ago, however, there is still no approved treatment for slowing the disease’s progression or stopping it. The Foundation hopes to attract basic and clinical scientists, as well as multidisciplinary teams, who can contribute fresh ideas to the Parkinson’s research pipeline that will lead to someday finding a cure or making significant advances to improve the lives of those living with the disease. For more information, click here.