The Ernest and Bonnie Beutler Research Program of Excellence in Genomic Medicine
The Ernest and Bonnie Beutler Research Program of Excellence in Genomic Medicine was established to honor the memory and work of Dr. Ernest Beutler.
Envisioned and launched by the late Bonnie Beutler, this Research Program supports high level genomic research projects of early to mid-career investigators with basic research backgrounds and proposals based on sound scientific hypotheses. Awardees must be Israeli citizens who reside and work in Israel. Research grant awards are based strictly on the merit of the research proposal and evidence of outstanding career performance, without regard to race, religion, or gender.
Grants are awarded periodically, according to the recommendations of the Scientific Advisory Council. Grants are in the amount of $100,000 annually (minus operating costs) for five years to cover the cost of the awardee’s proposed research project. Projects are reviewed annually to ensure that the objectives of the research program are being met.
The call for proposals is now closed.