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JHVI Spark Funding

Background
The Johns Hopkins Vaccine Initiative (JHVI) Spark funding is meant to assist JHSPH faculty in their efforts to improve training and education opportunities for students and to create an opportunity for new or expanded collaborative research.

Who can apply for Spark funding?
Spark funding is only open to JHSPH faculty. 

How much funding is available?
The total budget for any proposal cannot exceed $1,500. 
Examples of possible activities:

1.  Bring a guest speaker to lecture at JHSPH

2.  Organize a meeting, retreat, or colloquium designed to result in new collaborative research opportunities

Applying for Spark funding

1.  Applications are accepting on a rolling basis throughout the year.  Applications will be reviewed within four weeks of submission.

2.  Applications consist of a brief (1-3 paragraph) description of the purpose of the award and a basic budget. 

3.  Successful applicants will be expected to complete a 1-2 page report describing the project/event that was funded within one month of completion.

Important forms
Program Description and Application Instructions (pdf)
Spark Application (pdf)

Email jhvi@jhsph.edu for any Spark funding inquiries.

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To find faculty working in a specific vaccine-related discipline, select from the list below:

Global Project Map

JHVI Global Project Map

JHSPH Faculty members are engaged in vaccine-related research projects around the world. Click here or on the map to learn more about these projects.

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