The Center for Global Health partners with faculty from across Johns Hopkins.
The Center for Global Health provides programs to connect faculty members and students to work on global health practice and research projects.
Global Health Established Field Placement Program (GHEFP)
Each year, faculty members are eligible to apply to be global health field placement sites in which they host and mentor Johns Hopkins graduate students to complete discrete scopes of work within their existing international projects. After sites are established, students apply to the sites and the Center for Global Health conducts a process based on faculty and student rankings to create matches. The Center for Global Health provides a $3,500 travel award to students to support their travel costs to the site.
Click here to learn how to establish a field placement site and host a student on one of your projects.
Global Health Field Research Award (GHFRA)
The Global Health Field Research Award is a program that provides a $3,500 travel award to support student-initiated research projects. The research can be a sub-study of a faculty member’s parent study, but the research question should be initiated by the student themselves.
The Center for Global Health acts as a convening body across Johns Hopkins University for responding to RFPs for global health grants. If you have an opportunity you would like to apply for, the Center for Global Health can help to identify and bring together technical experts, as well as help to coordinate the grant submission process.
The Center for Global Health collaborates with research groups, departments and instititutes to host webinars to disseminate findings, promote projects, and create virtual experiences.
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