Each year the Foundation invites selected institutions in the United States to nominate individuals to compete for Hartwell Individual Biomedical Research Awards for early-stage, innovative, and cutting-edge biomedical research with the potential to benefit children.
Applicant citizenship: USA
Host country: USA
Years since PhD: NA
Award: $300 000
Award Duration (years): 3
Mobility rule: No
Subjects: Medicine and Health Sciences
Additional comments: LIMITED SUBMISSION (limit 4 applications from JHU): The Hartwell Foundation provides funding to individual researchers at eligible research institutions in the United States. Through a unique and selective funding process, The Hartwell Foundation seeks to inspire innovation and achievement by funding early-stage, transformative biomedical research with the potential to benefit children of the United States. It seeks to fund early-stage, innovative, and cutting-edge applied research that has not yet qualified for funding from traditional outside sources. Only investigators nominated by the chief executive of an invited research institution are eligible for consideration for the Hartwell Individual Biomedical Research Award. $300,000 over three years in direct costs.
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