Wound Healing Foundation Grants

WHF-Medline Research Grant Innovation Award

The purpose of the award is to stimulate innovative wound healing product development. This is a one year, $30,000 grant awarded to a young investigator doing research in wound healing in the United States. Applications should be innovative and likely have the ability to be commercialized in the future. Watch for the opening of the WHF Medline Research Grant Innovation Award Application for 2022.

Grant Information

Grants are given dependent on the availability of funds and quality of submissions. Details about the grants awarded are below. To help provide grant funding, please go to our donate page to make a donation today.

Evidence gaps

The Wound Healing Foundation is developing grants to enhance basic and clinical research in the wound healing field. Even though wounds have been present for thousands of years, many knowledge and evidence gaps still exist. The purpose of these grants are to assist in improving the evidence base on which wound healing research is based on. Our goal for this program is to award grants that specifically address evidence and treatment gaps.

Scientific advancement

The Foundation also provides research recognition grants to help assist outstanding researchers in other wound healing areas.The purpose of these grants are to help stimulate and recognize unique areas of wound research that are being performed to further advance the science. Our goal for this program is to award grants that are scientifically creative and can advance the science of wound healing.

Innovative Grants Program

The Foundation is positioned to expand its research program through additional research grants, fellowships and awards. There is a continuing need to fund new and established investigators engaged in cutting edge research to generate pilot data leading to new innovations to advance the basic and clinical science of wound healing. Our goal for this program is to award grants beginning at or above $10,000. Go to our donate page to make a donation today.

WHF Research Grant Recipients