The Wound Healing Foundation (WHF) is improving the quality of life for wound healing patients and their families through support of awareness, research and education.

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Current WHF News & Announcements

The WHF is delighted to announce the 2020 Virtual WHF-Thomas K Hunt Honorary Lecturer will be Nobel Lecturer Margaret Liu, MD! More details.

Call for Volunteers - Come volunteer with the Wound Healing Foundation and make a difference in the field of wound healing! Available positions include the Industrial Advisory Committee, Awards Committee, Patient Education, Outreach, and Grant Writing. Contact us with questions or interest.
Grant Announcement - Applications are open for the 2nd annual WHF-Medline Research Grant Innovation Award! More details.

Grant Announcement - The 21st WHF-3M Fellowship award application deadline is November 26, 2019. Don't wait, apply now! More details.
The WHF is delighted to announce the 2020 WHF-Thomas K Hunt Honorary Lecturer will be Nobel Prize winner Randy Schekman, PhD! More details.

The 2020 CFC campaign is underway. #ShowYouCare by #ShowSomeLove to the Foundation and donate using CFC#88674. The CFC campaign allows government and military personnel to donate using pre-tax dollars. If you know someone that can contribute to the CFC, suggest the Wound Healing Foundation.
Alert wound care patients about a free e-book, The Patient's Guide to Wound Care, co-written by wound patients and wound experts! This book was developed by the Wound Healing Foundation and Dermveda and is free for all to access. More details.

Give Wound Healing Patients a voice, encourage your patients to join this free moderated forum on wound healing. They can chat with others who are also dealing with wounds and access wound resources. More details.
Condolences - Thomas K Hunt, MD, FACS recently passed away. To learn more about his life and his work, please go to the WHF-Thomas K Hunt Lecture page

Join us for a Special Tribute to Thomas K. Hunt on May 7 at the 2019 WHF - TK Hunt Lecture for a time of remembrance and celebration of his contributions to the field of wound research.
Grant Announcement - The 1st annual WHF-Medline Research Grant Innovation Award deadline is February 28, 2019. Don't wait, apply now! More details.

2019 CFC campaign is underway. #ShowYouCare by #ShowSomeLove to the Foundation CFC#88674. Contact your CFC event organizer for details on how to donate pre-tax dollars.
Grant Announcement - The 20th WHF-3M Fellowship award deadline is November 20, 2018. Don't wait, apply now! More details.

Urgent- The WHF is working with the FDA CDRH division to help identify wound patients to participate in the first ever patient voice panel on chronic wounds! More details.
Give Wound Healing Patients a voice, encourage them to join the WHF wound forum. Also, the WHF is developing a wound patient centered free ebook. More details.

Grant Announcement - The WHF is so excited about a new research grant that will be offered towards the end of the year! Stay tuned for more information!! More details.
Foundation news about the CFC fundraising campaign, Volunteer thank yous and award information. More details.

Foundation news about the CFC fundraising campaign, the WHF at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto, and how to stay in touch with the WHF More details.
Two exciting lectures in Charlotte! Come see Elaine Fuchs at the 2018 WHF-Hunt Lecture and Veronica Haywood at the WHF-3M Fellowship Lecture More details.

Have you submitted your Fellowship application yet? Deadline is coming! More details.
Encourage your patients to join this free moderated forum on wound healing. They can chat with others who are also dealing with wounds and access wound resources. Click here for more details

Meet the 2017 WHF Board of Directors! More details.


Current Grants

WHF-Medline Research Grant Innovation Award WHF-Medline Research Grant Innovation Award
January 11, 2021
A one year $30,000 grant awarded to a young investigator doing research in wound healing in the United States. The purpose of the award is to stimulate innovative wound healing product development.


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Our programs support wound healing awareness, research and professional and public education. Learn More.


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