Philanthropic gifts to JHTV enable us to allocate nearly $900,000 annually toward technology development projects. Award decisions are made by professional review committees, but JHTV is here to assist you in identifying appropriate grant problems and constructing a compelling application.
The Louis B. Thalheimer Fund for Translational Research
Provides seed funding for vital proof-of-concept and validation studies of valuable technologies at Johns Hopkins. Recipients are awarded $25,000 to $100,000 to conduct work over a period of up to nine months. Eligible awardees are Johns Hopkins faculty members with an unlicensed technology. Applications are due March 15 annually.
The Bisciotti Foundation Translational Fund
Provides seed funding to advance discoveries on a commercial path at Johns Hopkins each year. Eligible awardees are Johns Hopkins faculty, post-doctoral fellows and graduate student who have reported an invention to JHTV but have not licensed the technology. Applications are due October 15 annually.
The Cohen Translational Engineering Fund
Provides Whiting School of Engineering faculty with the critical early funding needed to focus on the first steps of translation, underwriting two-to-three months of technology development expenses. Application deadlines occur up to three times annually, on October 15th, March 15th, and May 15th.