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Carl Taylor Research and Practice Grants

The Carl Taylor Grants provide resources in support of Johns Hopkins University master's degree students for innovative research or practice projects on topics relevant to the complex interrelationships among food production, diet, environment and public health. The grants are intended to help the University's master's students develop projects—and, ultimately, careers— investigating topics relevant to achieving a livable future: improving food systems and health for all while using natural resources sustainably and creating a world that future generations deserve.

Grants are awarded in amounts of up to $1,500 for Master of Public Health (MPH) Capstone projects or other master’s degree final projects.

The research grants program honors the memory of Carl Taylor, MD, DrPH, founding chair of the Department of International Health at the Bloomberg School of Public Health, a mentor and inspiration to many throughout the public health field and an early supporter of the Center for a Livable Future.

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Carl Taylor Grant Recipients for 2013, 2012, 2011

Carl Taylor

Robert Lawrence

Carl E. Taylor, MD, DrPH (1997–2010)
Professor and Chair Emeritus
Department of International Health Division of Health Systems
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health


The Carl Taylor Research Grants Program honors the memory of Carl Taylor, MD, DrPH, founding chair of the Department of International Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, a mentor and inspiration to many throughout the public health field and an early supporter of the Center for a Livable Future. Read More>>