The process Applicants are invited to submit their full proposal including budgets using the relevant forms which can be accessed here. Applications will be considered according to a number of criteria including their appropriateness to the central aim of The Cure Parkinson's Trust (CPT) i.e. their proximity to cure, originality, the potential clinical impact and achievability.Please click on this link to view our Terms and Conditions for Grant Funding. If the proposed project is considered appropriate to the charity’s objectives, it will first undergo a process of internal evaluation. The proposal is then sent for external peer review. At least two detailed external peer reviews are sought using CPT's external peer review protocol completed by our advisory panel and other acknowledged world experts in Parkinson’s research and treatment. If a compound is part of a proposal, an external commercial review may also be sought by trustees. Following external peer review, the proposed project application is then reviewed by the research committee. The research committee prioritises and makes recommendations to the board of trustees which in turn make final funding decisions.