King Salman Award for Disability Research is an internationally recognized prize that is given to outstanding individuals who contributed to the advancement of scientific research on disability. The award carries the name of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques His Royal Majesty King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia, and is held every two years under his patronage.
Nominations are now open for the second King Salman Award for Disability Research. Learn more by following the links below.
About the Award
Learn more about King Salman Award for Disability Research and its inception, history, and goals.
Meet previouds winners and learn more about their inspirational stories and their ground-breaking research.
Organization that have candidates that fit the standards of the award are invited to nominate them by filling an online application form.