W.H. Coulter Foundation Translational Research Partnership Program
The University of Washington is one of nine universities to receive the Coulter Translational Partnership Award in Biomedical Engineering. With a long history of translating research into products for medicine, this multi-year grant from the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation increases the Bioengineering Department’s ability to move biomedical engineering technologies from laboratory to bedside. The Coulter Translational Research Partnership Program at the UW is dedicated to improving human healthcare by supporting translational research in biomedical engineering-research directed at the transfer of promising technologies within the university research laboratory that are progressing towards commercial development and clinical practice.
In 2010, 6 new universities have been awarded Coulter Translational Partnerships.
Please contact Coulter Program Director, Rachael Tanner, for information regarding the Grant Process and Proposal guidelines.
Rachael Tanner, Program Director
Kathie Jordan, Associate Director,
Maria Golovina, Program Manager
Paul Yager, PhD, Chair of Bioengineering