Global Child Health Equity Seed Grant Program
**Internal Stanford funding opportunity in Maternal Child Health **
The Stanford Child Health Research Institute (CHRI), the Global Child Health program, and the Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health -- are 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.
The mission of the CHRI is to mobilize Stanford discoveries and expertise to launch healthier lives. Our strategic goals are to:
• Trigger innovative research to make transformational discoveries.
• Marshall all disciplines at Stanford to solve the health problems of pregnant women and children.
• Enable the translation of our discoveries into action.
• Expand the number of future academic leaders who will improve the health of pregnant women and children.
• Play a leadership role locally, nationally and globally to promote the health and well-being of pregnant women and children.
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.
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.
Read more about last year's winning projects.
*Institutional representative: not applicable. You do not have to prepare a PDRF form or work with your institutional representative (RPM or OSR).
 “Children” or “Child” refers to pregnant women, oocyte, zygote, embryo, fetus, infant, child, and/or adolescent.
 As defined by the World Bank.