The goal of the American Heart Association’s Innovative Research Grant Program is to boost new ideas, and no preliminary data is necessary. Wow, that's unusual.Read More
In the past, Children’s Heart Foundation has favored translational research—getting promising lab results into clinical settings for more thorough testing. We take a look at their latest RFP.Read More
Canada's Hospital for Sick Children, University Health Network, and the University of Toronto are coming together to create a center for heart research, all thanks to Ted Rogers, who died from congestive heart failure.Read More
Time was, heart attacks were near-unstoppable killers. Too often, they still are, but two determined funders are working to change that, pioneering new and better cardiac care solutions throughout the Midwest..
There’s no doubt about it: the Helmsley Charitable Trust is making rural access to healthcare a big priority. These days, Helmsley’s Rural Healthcare Program has established itself as a major part of the foundation’s overall profile, and their partnership with the American Heart Association, called Mission: Lifeline, is one of the program’s biggest funded initiatives.Read More
Medtronic’s HeartRescue Project has a pretty specific objective—dedicated to raising awareness and improving outcomes for sufferers of Sudden Cardiac Arrest in and around Minneapolis/St. Paul —but it’s big by Medtronic standards, netting $2.8 million of the foundation’s giving in 2013. And it seems to be built for possible future expansion.Read More