- CDC Foundation
- Award Date:
- To support research led by Dmitry Kissin on outcomes of assisted reproductive technologies.
Open Philanthropy recommended a grant of $662,072 over two years to the CDC Foundation, a nonprofit foundation that works with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), to support research led by Dmitry Kissin on outcomes of assisted reproductive technologies (ART). This funding is intended to help hire a small team to carry out studies on outcomes of ART, analyze data, and share findings with other scientists.
This falls within Open Philanthropy's work on scientific research, specifically within its interest in advancing human health and wellbeing.