- Creating a collaborative environment where scientists from academia, government, industry, and NGOs come together to find solutions that improve health and environmental safety.
- Encouraging the development of meaningful studies that ask the right questions, structure the right framework, and develop solutions that inform decision-making by both private- and public-sector scientists.
- Creating a knowledge base that can be easily transferred from the laboratory or journal page to real life.
In 2019, HESI broadened its funding base with the award of more than $3 million in multi-year government grants. HESI’s 2020 projected revenue is anticipated to come from the following sources: grants (33%), committee dues (42%), and corporate sponsorship (25%).
The Board of Trustees is responsible for setting and enforcing organizational policies, setting scientific direction, and ensuring scientific integrity and financial transparency.