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).
To request hard copies of publications, please contact Chris Farrington at the Flinn Foundation.
The Flinn Foundation Seed Grants to Promote Translational Research Program funds up to 10 research teams of scientists and clinicians each year affiliated with Arizona-based research institutions and health-care systems to advance projects focused on new products and services to improve patient care.
The awardees will each receive a $100,000 grant over 18 months. At the end of the grant period, one or two of the most successful projects may receive up to an additional $100,000 over the following year.
The program for the 2021 Flinn Scholars Recognition Event introduces the newest Flinn Scholars, as well as those completing their undergraduate educations at Arizona’s universities. Also highlighted are the distinguished educators who most influenced the 2021 Flinn Scholars’ development.
The 2020 annual report for the Arizona Center for Civic Leadership at the Flinn Foundation highlights the selection of the 2020 Flinn-Brown Fellows, Flinn-Brown Network engagement, Fellows achievements, CivEx webinars, new partnerships, and the rebranding of the Center.
A recording of the annual Progress Report on Arizona’s bioscience sector, presented April 14, 2021. The virtual event featured a keynote address by Tom Osha of Wexford Science and Technology and a mix of live presentations and videos showcasing the innovative and growing bioscience ecosystem throughout Arizona, including Flagstaff, metro Phoenix, and the Tucson and Yuma regions.
Eve Ross, chair of Arizona’s Bioscience Roadmap Steering Committee, served as the emcee of the event, while Tammy McLeod, Ph.D., president and CEO of the Flinn Foundation, introduced the presentations, featuring the IDEA Tempe, Phoenix Biomedical, and Creighton Health Sciences Phoenix campuses, the University of Arizona, Northern Arizona University, Translational Genomics Research Institute, the Gowan Group, and other leading research institutes, incubators, and startup organizations.