Through careful management of its endowment and donor advised funds, the Hitchcock Foundation has been proudly supporting research and education programs since 1946.
Pilot Research Grants
The Hitchcock Foundation funds Pilot Research Grants and small discrete research projects addressing any of the broad areas of biomedical research, including basic, translational, clinical, and/or population-based studies.
The Sue Reeves Advanced Practice Provider (APP) Grants
Named in honor of Executive Vice President, Susan A. Reeves, EdD, RN, the purpose of the Advanced Practice Provider (APP) Grants is to encourage advanced practice providers to complete a research or quality improvement project with their area of expertise and practice.
Hitchcock Foundation Scholar's Program
Funded by the Joshua Burnett and Tiffany Blake endowments, the Hitchcock Foundation Scholars Program provides up to 2 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
Established by Helmut Wolfgang Schumann, the Helmut Schumann Fellowship encourages teaching and patient care intended to promote healthful living.
Student Research Award
The purpose of the Student Research Award is to recognize academic excellence, to increase awareness of research opportunities, to encourage students to enter the field of biomedical research and to reward the best project with a cash prize.
Alice Hafner Dunn Residents' Revolving Loan Fund
The Alice Hafner Dunn Residents' Revolving Loan Fund provides emergency loans for Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center residents.
Donors designate the funds for clinical investigators and departments. These advised funds are for research and educational purposes.