July 20, 2021
Financial support for research and development flows from many sources – federal government, businesses, academia, nonprofit foundations and organizations, and interested individual donors. The processes of government and businesses can be transparent. The processes of foundations and philanthropy often are not. This webinar will lift the veil on sources of private support for R&D. What does R & D philanthropy in the U.S. look like? How much funding is there, and for what? What are the most recent trends in how foundations look at partnerships and at impact? How does philanthropic funding differ from federal research funding? How can you access it? It will also discuss the ways in which MTEC founding member Changing Our World is working with MTEC to develop relationships in the foundation and nonprofit space that can benefit MTEC members.
Susan Raymond, MTEC Director of Strategic Funding, Senior Advisor at Changing Our World
Kate Golden, Senior Managing Director at Changing Our World
Chandan Sen, PhD, Director, Indiana Center for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering
Diane Bovenkamp, PhD, Vice President, Scientific Affairs, BrightFocus Foundation
Katie Cronen, Senior Vice President, maslansky + partners
MTEC Members can register here: https://ati.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_KarBlXZtTLGddN-kvMyzhQ