University of Wisconsin–Madison

Grants

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Grants

Competitive. Targeted. Making an Impact. With its grants and awards program, the University of Wisconsin Global Health Institute supports innovative global health work in Wisconsin and across the world. From monitoring mercury contamination in fish to improving care for diabetics. Combating antimicrobial resistance to providing health care to rural families. Improving nutrition to giving emergency physicians information they need when they need it.

72 grants to faculty, staff and students have jump-started new research, brought international collaborators to campus and opened opportunities for students. Together, they are improving health and well-being for all–people, animals and the planet.

GHI’s call for grant applications is usually issued in October/November with a submission deadline in February. Grants are awarded for the following fiscal year. For more information, contact globalhealth@ghi.wisc.edu.

a chart with the number of grants awarded: 22 Seed Grants, 15 faculty and staff travel awards, 20 visiting scholar awards, 32 graduate student research awards, 1 Henry Anderson III graduate award, 28 countries represented

 

GHI Awards • Grants


Seed Grants

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Faculty and Staff Travel Awards

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Visiting Scholar Awards

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Graduate Student Research Awards

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Henry Anderson III Graduate Awards

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