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Innovation

We promote innovative ideas and approaches. We support research that answers open questions, improves therapy and contributes to evidence in the field of orthopedic tissue regeneration.

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Research Grants

Get support for your research, addressing an innovative question in the field of orthopedic tissue regeneration. The ON Foundation demarcates the topics and especially empowers young researchers. Answer a pending question in the area of orthoregeneration. Analyze papers or demographic data, make a survey. Get a financial contribution for helping us identifying gaps and unmet needs.

Grant Types

ON Literature Grant ON Kick-Starter Grant ON Pilot Grant ON Break-Through Grant
CHF 2’500 CHF 10’000, 1 year CHF 25’000, 2 years CHF 100’000, 3 years

Analysis of literature, registry data or surveys that answer open questions.

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Small but innovative research projects or parts of such that answer open questions or test an interesting idea.

Clinical, preclinical or in-vitro.

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Small but innovative research projects that answer open questions or prove a new concept.

Clinical, preclinical or in-vitro.

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Research projects that answer important open questions or test the suitability and efficacy of an innovative treatment procedure.

Clinical or preclinical.

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The ON Foundation speaks different sized grants on a regular basis, some in collaboration with our partners.

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ON Research Designer

This online tool leads you through the planning of a research project. You get a study protocol, including timeline and budget. Share it with your peers or use it for a grant application.

Awards

ON Breakthrough Award

The highly qualified orthoregeneration experts who form the board of the ON Foundation select one outstanding research work that advanced the understanding or possibilities of orthopedic tissue regeneration.

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ON Young Talent Award

Nominate a young fellow or resident who in your opinion had an innovative idea or contributed significantly to the research in orthoregeneration.

Understand Parameters

“There are so many open questions in orthoregeneration, let’s start answering some.”

Prof. Myron Spector, Member of the Board