John "Chip" Tilton
Case Western Reserve’s John “Chip” Tilton receives prestigious Hartwell Foundation Award for research on enzyme-replacement therapy
John “Chip” Tilton, associate professor in the Department of Nutrition, is one of just 12 researchers nationally to be recognized for a Biomedical Research Award from The Hartwell Foundation. The Memphis-based philanthropic institution invited 17 prestigious institutions to nominate individuals to compete for the award, which is given annually for early-stage, innovative and cutting-edge biomedical research with the potential to benefit children of the United States. In addition, The Hartwell Foundation has again selected Case Western Reserve University among its 2018 Top Ten Centers of Biomedical Research, making it eligible to participate in the foundation’s competition for Individual Biomedical Research Awards.