The mission of the Brockman Foundation’s Medical Research Grant Program is to reduce human suffering and enhance human potential through supporting leading-edge medical research, especially innovative, preventative, therapeutic, and interventional research.
The broad foci of the Brockman Foundation’s Medical Research Grant Program are basic, translational, and clinical research in the areas outlined as follows: Cancer, Cardiovascular Disorders, Infectious Diseases, Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Neurodegenerative Diseases, Neuropsychiatric Disorders, and Trauma. Click here to see some of the initiatives the Brockman Foundation has funded.
Please note that only grant applications from the US and Canada will be considered at this present time. No exceptions will be considered. For more information, including how to apply for funding, please see our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section.
To begin a new Medical Research Grant application, click here.
To access your saved, in-progress or submitted Medical Research Grant application(s), click here.
At the present time, the Brockman Foundation is undergoing administrative restructuring and will not be accepting nor processing medical research grant applications. It is undetermined, at this point, when this process will be completed. At the time of completion of the administrative restructuring, access to submitting grant applications to the Brockman Foundation through the Website will be reopened. Thank you for your patience and kind attention to this matter.
Our Scientific Advisory Board, chaired by Dr. Stuart Yudofsky, makes recommendations to the Foundation as to which projects to support. Dr. Yudofsky’s colleagues on the Advisory Board include Dr. Orli Etingin, Dr. Peter Hotez, Dr. Peter Perinchief, Dr. Raymond Sawaya, and Mr. Robert T. Brockman. Biographies for the aforementioned individuals can be found here.