The Wound Healing Foundation

Improving the quality of life for wound healing patients and their families through support of awareness, research, and education.

In Memoriam

It is with much sadness we are sharing that our dear friend and colleague, Greg Schultz, Ph.D., unexpectedly passed away.

Please keep Greg’s family and loved ones close to your heart at this time.

The funeral will be on Saturday, June 29, in the afternoon, in Gainesville, FL. Contact us for more details.

The Foundation plans to honor Greg’s legacy in accordance with his family’s wishes.

If you have photos, videos, and/or stories to share with the family and the Foundation, please send to: [email protected]. You can also contact the Foundation for the mailing address for condolences.


Greg Schultz accepting the 11th Annual Wound Healing Foundation – Thomas K Hunt Honorary Lecture Award in April 2023.

The WHF has partnered with Urgo North America for the

 Second Annual Marty Robson Burn Wound Infection Research Grant of $15,000

Call for Proposals ended Tuesday, June 4, 2024 

Click Here to learn more about  the 2nd Annual Marty Robson Burn Wound Infection Research Grant

The 2024 Annual Meeting of the Wound Healing Foundation collaborating with the Diabetic Limb Salvage meeting was a Huge Success. Mark your calendar for 2025.

Current Grants

We are proud to announce our 25th year in partnership with 3M Healthcare, which is now Solventum, to bring forward the Solventum Fellowship Award.

 

The Wound Healing Foundation and 3M (Solventum) began their collaboration and awarded the first fellowship in 2000.

Solventum Fellowship Award

The purpose of this one-year, $20,000 Fellowship, is to stimulate scientific research and career development of young investigators or junior faculty who are pursuing a career in wound healing research.

 

The application period closed on February 6, 2024.  Click here for application instructions

Please complete your application and email it to [email protected]. We are happy to answer any questions you might have during the application process. Best of Luck in our Silver Anniversary year with 3M (Solventum)!

H. Paul Ehrlich Rising Star Award

Dr. Ehrlich was a revered wound healing and scar research scientist who made tremendous contributions to our understanding of the wound healing process. Dr Ehrlich enjoyed mentoring young scientists and clinicians and an ardent supporter of their research.
This award is meant to highlight and recognize the achievements of an outstanding wound scientist researcher or clinician who demonstrates characteristics of H. Paul Ehrlich.
Recipients will receive recognition for their work, an opportunity for a podium lecture, a plaque, and $2,000.
Application period closed on March 5, 2024.
Click Here for Award eligibility and application criteria. Please e-mail your completed applications and any questions to awards@woundhealingfoundation.org

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Abstract submission will be open soon! The top 15-20 abstracts will be given oral podium presentations dependent on available space and topics. Scientific merit recognition and travel awards were presented at the Foundation’s award ceremony on Thursday, April 11 to at least 10 outstanding researchers. Make sure to submit your research abstract and mark you want to be considered for an award. Don’t get left out, start generating your abstract today!

Click here for more information!

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