Research

One of our main objectives has always been 'to promote and fund research into the causes, nature and care of psoriasis and to publish and disseminate the results of that research'.

Since we were founded in 1968, we have awarded millions of pounds in research grants and PhD Studentships thanks to the fundraising efforts of individual members, branches, legacies and private donations.

To find out more about the research we are currently funding, as well as the programmes we have funded in the past, please use the menu on the left. You can also learn more about the research we are working on collaboratively with others and, if you have psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis yourself, you may also wish to take a look the studies you can get involved in too!

The 2018 call for PhD Studentship and Cecil King Memorial grant applications is now OPEN. The deadline for applications is Friday 7th December. Information about how to apply can be found here.  

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