The Hartwell Foundation

 

2012 Top Ten Centers of Biomedical Research

  • Cornell University

  • Duke University

  • St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

  • The Johns Hopkins University

  • The University of Michigan

  • The University of Wisconsin Madison

  • University of California, Davis

  • University of California, San Diego

  • University of Virginia

  • University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

The Hartwell Foundation invites each participating institution to nominate four individuals for a Hartwell Individual Biomedical Research Award.

In addition, Yale University and Case Western Reserve University are designated at-large, for limited participation in the nomination process. Both institutions are eligible to compete for Individual Biomedical Research Awards by nominating two individuals in the same process as those nominees derived from the Hartwell Top Ten. This will be the the 3rd year of partial participation for Yale and the 2nd year of partial participation for Case Western.

Top Ten research institutions that fully participate in The Hartwell Foundation nomination process receive a Hartwell Biomedical Research Fellowship to fund one postdoctoral candidate of their choice for two years.

In selecting each research center of excellence, The Hartwell Foundation takes into account the shared values the institution has with the Foundation relating to children's health, the presence of an associated medical school and biomedical engineering program, and the quality and scope of ongoing biomedical research. The Foundation also considers the institutional commitment to support collaboration, provide encouragement, and extend technical support to the investigator, especially as related to translational approaches and technology transfer that could promote rapid clinical application of research results.


 

2010 Hartwell Investigator Josh Medow, MD, The University of Wisconsin Madison