Educational grants

Our goal is to support high-quality education focused on creating a better, healthier every day for families and communities.

Grant opportunities

Organon accepts requests for Grants for Education to fund independent medical educational (IME) activities that are high-quality, unbiased, and evidence-based. Educational activities may be accredited and non-accredited and in the field of:

Women's health

We are motivated by a woman’s evolving health needs throughout her lifetime. That’s why our intention is to take on some of the issues that matter most to her. This includes supporting education for healthcare professionals. Our therapeutic areas of interest are:

  • Fertility
  • Contraception
  • Post-Partum Hemorrhage


We prioritize our patients first through listening, learning and understanding their needs. As the biosimilar landscape changes, we see the growing need to support education for healthcare professionals to continue their learning about biosimilars across therapeutic areas including:

  • Breast Cancer
  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Ulcerative Colitis
  • Ankylosing Spondylitis
  • Psoriasis
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

General medicine

IME Grants provide monetary support for evidence-based education to improve healthcare professionals’ knowledge, skills, competence and/or professional performance to help enable better patient care and overall enhancement of the healthcare system.  Our therapeutic areas of interest are:

  • Allergy
  • Cardiovascular
  • Men’s Health
  • Neurology
  • Respiratory

Consideration requirements

Our Company supports IME initiatives grounded in learning, data, behavioral, and implementation sciences. Grant funding can only be provided to eligible organizations and not to individual healthcare professionals. Eligible organizations may include hospitals, academic medical centers, medical schools, professional medical associations/societies, and medical education companies.

In order to be considered, each request to support an independent medical education grant must:

  • be unsolicited and independent of Organon influence
  • seek to close an identified educational gap a therapeutic area or area of interest that Organon focuses on
  • meet set eligibility criteria
  • be submitted a minimum of 60 days prior to the activity start date, and
  • provide a post activity financial reconciliation and outcomes measurements

IME Grant funding may not be made directly or indirectly to, or for the benefit of, an individual person or persons, and not to a privately owned ‘for profit’ entity.

What does not fall in the IME Grant definition:

  • Sponsorships
  • Research Grants
  • Investigator Studies Program
  • Corporate memberships
  • Fellowships/Awards

Submission of a proposal does not imply or guarantee approval. All decisions regarding funding are made at the discretion of Organon.

This site is intended for US only. Requests for IME grants outside of the US should contact their local Organon office.