Hitchcock Foundation Programs

Research grants from the Henry Heyl Fund and general fund income, for pilot studies and small discrete research projects:

  • To develop pilot data to be used as the basis for submission of research applications to national funding sources.
  • To encourage research by young investigators and those new to the Medical Center who have not yet gained outside funding.
  • To encourage clinical research at the Medical Center.
  • To provide support for established investigators with a new research emphasis.

Hitchcock Foundation Scholar's Program: Funded by the Joshua Burnett and Tiffany Blake endowments, the Hitchcock Foundation Scholars Program provides up to three years of career development support for a promising young investigator at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center who is committed to clinically oriented research.

The Helmut Schumann Fellowship: This fellowship encourages teaching and patient care intended to promote healthful living.

Advised Funds: Donors designate the funds for clinical investigators and departments. These funds are for research and educational purposes.

Alice Hafner Dunn Residents' Revolving Loan Fund: These are emergency loans for DHMC residents.

Supporting research and educational programs at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center since 1946.