The Greenwall Foundation focuses its grant-making principally on the Greenwall Faculty Scholars Program in Bioethics

The Foundation decided that support for bioethics research is an important need and that it could have the most impact by continuing to invest in people who would become future leaders in the field of bioethics – young scholars who over their careers will address a number of important bioethics issues and train subsequent generations of bioethics researchers.

By providing mentoring and time to develop a research program, the Greenwall Foundation will build a community of innovative bioethics researchers and help resolve ethical dilemmas in patient care, biomedical research, and public policy.

In 2013 The Foundation announced a new program for bioethics grants: Making a Difference in Real-World Bioethics Dilemmas to support research to help resolve an important emerging or unanswered bioethics problem in clinical care, biomedical research, public health practice, or public policy. 

For information on the history of The Greenwall Foundation's bioethics programs, click here.