Thank you for your interest in the Flinn Foundation. The publications and multimedia content below tell the story of the Foundation and its program areas. The information and resources can be searched by content area.
Also available are reports and brochures from the First Decade of Arizona’s Bioscience Roadmap (2002-2012).
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This 8-page brochure illustrates the importance of the robust bioscience ecosystem here in Arizona and how Arizona’s Bioscience Roadmap Steering Committee is advancing and accelerating this critical ecosystem. The brochure also highlights the advances made in the state’s bioscience sector during 2018 in areas such as entrepreneurism, venture capital, industry, research, education, and clinical care.
This brochure provides details of the application process for the 2019 Flinn Foundation Bioscience Entrepreneurship Program, which awards $30,000 through a nonprofit partner to up to six early-stage Arizona bioscience firms each year. The program features a personalized yearlong plan specific to the needs of individual firms, helping them to navigate the challenges facing young companies and empowering them to become investor-ready.
This brochure provides the latest data profile of Arizona’s bioscience industry and research base—the first new metrics in two years— while also highlighting the advances made during 2017 in areas such as entrepreneurism, industry, research, and education.
TECompany Partners Principal-Managing Director Mitch Horowitz shares the latest data about the state’s bioscience sector, including its continued growth in high-paying jobs, during an interview on Arizona Horizon.
In “Advancing Arizona,” the Flinn Foundation’s new report, President and CEO Tammy McLeod looks ahead at how the Foundation’s programs can make a difference across Arizona. “Broad improvement in quality of life depends on committing to collaboration within our institutions, across institutions, within sectors and across them, in every corner of our state,” writes McLeod.
And Board Chair David J. Gullen, M.D., looks back at the Flinn tenure of Jack Jewett, who enhanced existing programs in the biosciences, education, and the arts, and introduced a new civic-leadership initiative in partnership with the Thomas R. Brown Foundations of Tucson.