GHI Seed Grants support UW-Madison efforts to launch new global research projects and make them competitive for sustained external funding. Seed grants allow researchers to reach across disciplines for collaborators and make many projects possible. All disciplines, from engineers to clinicians, environmental scientists to women’s studies experts, and more are eligible to apply.
Grant applications are due January 28, 2019. In addition Seed Grant applicants must submit a Letter of Intent by 5:00 p.m. on December 21, 2018.
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Principal Investigator: Leonelo Bautista, Department of Population Health Sciences, School of Medicine and Public Health
Analyzing the Domestic and Sexual Violence Impacts of Dodd-Frank Mining Legislation in Eastern Democratic Republic of CongoGrant Two Title
Principal Investigator: Jeremy Foltz, Department of Ag and Applied Economics, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
Impacts of the Introduction of Livestock on Crop Yield in a Rural Agricultural Resource Demonstration Center in Lweza, Uganda
Principal Investigators: James Ntambi, Department of Biochemistry, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS); John Ferrick, CALS International Programs
Principal Investigator: Nasia Safdar, Department of Medicine, School of Medicine and Public Health
Principal Investigators: Michel Wattiaux, Department of Dairy Science, CALS; Heidi Busse, Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies, School of Human Ecology
FLOOD PREDICTION TO SUPPORT ADVANCED DISASTER PREPAREDNESS AND PUBLIC HEALTH RISKS: UNDERSTANDING, DEVELOPMENT, AND APPLICATION
Principal Investigator: Paul Block, assistant professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
WATER, WOMEN, AND FISHERIES: ADDRESSING TWO ECOLOGICAL REALITIES IMPACTING HUMAN HEALTH AT LAKE VICTORIA
Principal Investigator: Jessica Corman, Ph.D., postdoctoral research associate, Center for Limnology
Principal Investigators: Peter McIntyre, Ph.D., assistant professor, Center for Limnology; James Hurley, associate professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering; director, UW Aquatic Sciences Center
Principal Investigators: James Svenson, M.D., M.S., associate professor, Emergency Medicine; Kevin Wyne, PA-C, faculty associate, Family Medicine
Principal Investigators: Janis P. Tupesis, M.D., FACEP, FAAEM; Mohammed Dalwai, M.D., Ph.D. Candidate
SYSTEM STRENGTHENING AND HUMAN BUILDING TO SCALE UP LONG-ACTING REVERSIBLE CONTRACEPTION IN SOUTHERN ETHIOPIA
Principal Investigators: Cynthie K. Anderson, M.D., MPH; Eliza Bennett, M.D.; Cara King, D.O., M.S.; Heidi Brown, M.D.; Nicholas Schmuhl, Ph.D.; Zenebe Wolde, Millio Teshome, Jennifer Higgins, Ph.D., MPH
Principal Investigators: Janet Shibley Hyde, Ph.D.; Mary Crave, Ph.D.; Sophia Friedson-Ridenour, M.A., Ph.D. Candidate
Principal Investigators: Leonelo E Bautista, M.D., MPH., DrPH; Lina M Vera, M.D., M.S.; Alberto Palloni, Ph.D.; Juan P Casas, M.D., Ph.D.; Jaime Miranda, M.D., M.S., for the LASO investigators
A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING AND CONTROLLING BRUCELLOSIS IN THE IMBABURA AND PICHINCHA PROVINCES IN ECUADOR
Principal Investigators: Poulsen K.P.; Hutchins F.T.; Gaus D.P.; Van Kekerix M.J.; Lopez L.; Trueba G.; Czuprynski C.J.; Olsen C.W.
THE EFFECTS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY ON POVERTY AND HOUSEHOLD FOOD SECURITY: THE SAHEL’S SILENT MAIZE REVOLUTION
Principal Investigators: Jeremy Foltz, Ph.D.; Sara Patterson, Ph.D.
Principal Investigators: Monica J. Grant, Ph.D.; Ajay K Sethi, Ph.D.; James H. Conway, M.D.
PATHWAYS FOR POVERTY REDUCTION IN HAITI: HEALTH AND ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF ORGANIC MANGO PRODUCTION AND PROCESSING
Principal Investigator: Gary P. Green, Ph.D.; Co-Investigators: Bradford L. Barham, Ph.D.; Gergens Polynice, M.S.
PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH AND PLANNING TO IMPROVE YOUNG WOMEN’S REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH: A LEVER FOR CHANGE IN REACHING THE MDGS
Principal Investigators: Nancy Kendall, Ph.D.; Claire Wendland, M.D., Ph.D.