Global Child Health Equity Seed Grant

Internal Stanford Funding Opportunity in Maternal Child Health

DEADLINE: Wednesday, October 31, 2018

The Stanford Child Health Research Institute (CHRI), the Global Child Health program, and the Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health -- is pleased to announce the Global Child Health Equity (GCHE) Seed Grant program. The program aims to support two global health seed grants of up to $25,000 each for projects seeking solutions to improve the health of pregnant women and children in low-resource settings.GCHE Seed Grant applications are expected to focus primarily on the health of pregnant women and children in low- to lower-middle-income countries.

We are particularly interested in forging partnerships that can position the partners to apply to new funding to build on their seed grant-funded research. The principal investigator must be affiliated with Stanford University as their primary institution.

If you have any questions, please contact S. Jill Mueller.

Forms for Applicants

Global Child Health Seed Grant Proposal Guidelines

Eligibility

All applicants must have a focus on maternal child health research or plan to expand their interest in maternal child health research.  All areas of research related to child health are eligible: basic, translational, clinical research, epidemiology/statistics, informatics, health services, and health policy.

We welcome applications from all faculty (UTL, MCL, NTLT, NTLR, CE, instructors), postdoctoral scholars/fellows, clinical trainees, and research scientists/scholars (senior or regular). Clinical trainees, postdoctoral scholars/fellows, and regular (not senior) research scientists/scholars must identify a faculty mentor.

Award

Up to $25,000 for 18 months (up to 2 awards)

Timeline

Deadline for Submissions: Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Notification of Seletions: Friday, November 20, 2018

Performance period: March 1, 2019 – August 30, 2020

*Institutional representative: not applicable. You do not have to prepare a PDRF form or work with your institutional representative (RPM or OSR).