Global Health Equity Micro-grants

Faculty working at the Food Equity Ideas Lab.

UB Faculty participating in the Food Equity Ideas Lab

Apply for a Global Health Equity Micro-grant

Purpose

CGHE micro-grants are a mechanism for faculty to push their research to its next phase and should increase their capacity to submit competitive proposals. Projects must focus on health inequities within Global South communities. That is to say, occurring within low- and middle-income countries and/or among marginalized and minoritized populations within the United States.

Allowable Use of Funds

CGHE micro-grants traditionally enable work that lifts global health equity projects from one level of accomplishment to another. For example, previous CGHE micro-grants have supported costs toward graduate student assistant work on literature reviews, the development of research frameworks, processing and analysis of data, and interpretation and translation of services. Micro-grants do not support publication fees, conference fees, or any travel at this time.

Funding Limits

Up to $1,000 per project.

Application Components

  1. Project title
  2. Project description (300 words): Rationale for project, objectives, expected outcomes, and plans for manuscript and/or grant submission)
  3. Collaborative potential with community and/or university partners (200 words): Potential for developing collaborations at UB and/or with outside partners, manuscript writing, and submission of grant applications)
  4. Tasks/roles of team members or, if applicable, of a graduate assistant (300 words): Outline tasks and roles that team members will take to meet the projects objectives)
  5. Skills/disciplinary expertise of team members, or if applicable, of a graduate assistant

Application Submission

Send a pdf document that includes all application components to globalhealth@buffalo.edu

Deadline

Rolling deadline, this call for proposals closes on May 1st 2021.

Applicant Notification

Applicants will be notified within four weeks of receipt.

Questions?