Grants & Awards
In 2017, the Dublin Neurological Institute Research group was awarded a grant from the Health Research Board (HRB) for a longitudinal study of skin as a potential biomarker Parkinson's disease.
In 2012, the Dublin Neurological Institute Research group in collaboration with Dr Ted Huey from Columbia University was awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Health for the study of genetics in Neurodegenerative disorders.
In 2011, the Dublin Neurological Institute was awarded a grant from Elan Pharmaceuticals to develop the Dublin Neurological Institute with regards to patient care and services.
In 2010 the Irish Institute of Clinical Neuroscience awarded a grant to Dr Sean O'Dowd and Prof Tim Lynch for the study of Tau aggregation in Neurodegenerative Disorders.
Prof Tim Lynch was awarded the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland Medal in November 2016.
The Mark Gibson Medal for best Movement Disorder Presentation was awarded to Dr. Diana Olszewska for her presentation "Autosomal dominant gene negative Frontotemporal dementia-think of SCA17 Movement Disorders
The Harold Millar Prize for best overall presentation was awarded to Dr. Conor Fearon for his presentation "Electroencephalography Shows Subclinical Motor Preparation Deficits for Simple Motor Tasks in Parkinson’s Disease Patients with Freezing of Gait During Locomotion"