Academic scientists and/or organizational leaders of nonprofits who identify as change makers, researching and addressing healthcare problems with potential for long-term social impact, seeking to transition knowledge/models into real world application. 

The application for the 2024 Termeer Scholar is now open. The deadline to apply is Thursday, March 8th

“The Termeer Foundation is committed to championing emerging biotechnology leaders and finding people who want to solve the biggest problems in human health. By supporting researchers, we plant the seeds for future success in individuals who are preparing to make significant contributions in academia and industry.”

BELINDA TERMEER, President of The Termeer Foundation

SUPPORT & PILOT GRANTS FOR ACADEMICS & LEADERS SOLVING HEALTHCARE CHALLENGES

The Termeer Scholar Award elevates academics and leaders who are passionate about creating change for patients, are people focused, and are looking to translate their early-stage idea into real-world application. The Award is intended to support individuals who have and ignite excitement for solving the biggest problems in human health and treatment delivery. Those selected as Termeer Scholars will receive a grant* to support in the areas of professional development, knowledge advancement and/or stakeholder engagement. Termeer Scholars will also have access to the Termeer Foundation’s values-based leadership programming encompassing professional development, mentoring, and network building as well as a network of experienced Mentors and Advisors. 

*This is not a research grant and funds cannot be used for lab, equipment or personnel.

MEET OUR 2023 SCHOLAR

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Winston Yan

President, N=1 Collaborative (N1C)

PAST SCHOLARS

Keep up with the work of the Termeer Scholar Award receipients by following the links below to their LinkedIn profiles.

2022 SCHOLAR AWARD HONOREES
(2022 ROLE)

Omar Abudayyeh (McGovern Fellow at Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Jonathan Gootenberg (McGovern Fellow at Massachusetts Institute of Technology)