*CLF is no longer offering Innovation Grants. Instead, we are offering the Carl Taylor Grants (for which both Masters and PhD students may apply). This change means that faculty may no longer apply for CLF grants (but may be funded under Directed Research which is a different selection process).
Purpose: The Carl Taylor Grants provide resources in support of innovative Johns Hopkins University graduate student and postdoctoral fellow-led research projects on topics relevant to the complex interrelationships among food production, diet, environment and public health. The grants are intended to help Johsn Hopkins University (JHU) graduate students and postdoctoral fellows develop research projects, and ultimately, careers, investigating interdisciplinary topics relevant to achieving a livable future by improving food systems and health for all while using natural resources sustainability and leaving a world fir for future generations.
Eligibility: Graduate student (MPH capstone projects); Postdoc fellow
Due Date: Carl Taylor Grant - applications released in October - due first week in December; PhD(Pre-Doctoral) fellowship - Application released in February - due first week in April.
Funding: Up to $1,500 for Master of Public Health (MPH) capstone projects or other Master degree final projects; up to $20,000 for research projects requiring up to 18 months to complete.