To explore (1) new collaborative models of patients, researchers, practitioners, and funders, and (2) the platforms and tools being created for shared data and open science, and to demonstrate the value of the models, platforms, and tools in accelerating medical discovery.
Internally managed by RWJF staff
- $234,825.00 awarded to Louisiana Public Health Institute - Facilitating engagement of underrepresented patient communities in biomedical research
- $249,995.00 awarded to Harvard Medical School - Developing tools and systems for the efficient collection and sharing of phenotypic data for human health research
- $500,000.00 awarded to Genetic Alliance, Inc. - Creating a 'white label' version of the Platform for Engaging Everyone Responsibly for sharing health information on a person's own terms, Phase 1
- $199,470.00 awarded to Massachusetts Institute of Technology School of Engineering - Developing a 'science of collaboration' to sustain biomedical and health care innovation
- $1,904,500.00 awarded to Sage Bionetworks - Developing a Web-based open-source platform to leverage patient and citizen involvement to provide biomedical research with insights and energy