Foundation for NIH Events
Rarely do scientific breakthroughs occur through the sudden insight of a lone researcher. They are typically collaborative achievements, the result of decades of tedious failures and successes, built upon the work of scores of other scientists. Association, literally and figuratively, is how advancements are made.
That is why hosting events—lectures, workshops, symposia, summits and receptions—is a core function of the foundation. By connecting visionaries and leaders, experts from many fields, the foundation creates environments that can incubate new ideas, inquiries, and ultimately, discoveries.
Request for Collaboration Form
NIH officials requesting support from the Foundation for NIH must first complete and return this form. This will offer us an overview of the project, officially start the collaboration process and assist in the evaluation of the proposed partnership.
Please click here for Request for Collaboration Form >>
Sponsor an Event
Sharing, building on and recognizing the groundbreaking research conducted at NIH is an important component of the foundation’s work. Partners from the private sector can support these activities, enhancing the events and making them available to the widest possible audiences.
Sponsors themselves receive appropriate recognition at each event—engendering good will among their employees, the public and the scientific community—as well as in printed materials surrounding it. In most cases, they may also invite a select number of guests to attend, affording networking opportunities among the distinguished guests.
For more information on how your organization can become involved in event sponsorship, please contact Jolie Mak, Events Manager, 301-402-4975 jmak [at] fnih [dot] org.