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Bloomberg American Health Initiative Health Equity Request for Proposals. 

The Equity Working Group of the Bloomberg American Health Initiative invites proposals for seed grants to support teams of Johns Hopkins researchers to begin or expand interdisciplinary research projects related to designing healthy communities. The seed grant program will provide up to $10,000 (or two offered at less amounts) for pilot projects which will develop, implement, and promote sustainable, resilient and equitable communities. Proposals must be led by a full‐time faculty member, research scientist, or research scholar affiliated with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. This affiliation does not need to be a primary appointment, and other collaborators (co‐PIs) may be from any Johns Hopkins division. Collaborators can include faculty, staff, and doctoral students in any division of Johns Hopkins University. Staff of government agencies and nonprofit organizations may also collaborate in seed grant proposals. The deadline for proposals is Sept 14, 2018. See more information about the seed grant program, criteria, and proposal requirements.

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