Community-Driven Research Day has been postponed. All Baltimore-based community organizations, city agencies, and faculty and students from Baltimore Universities are encouraged to apply to participate in the Fall of 2018.
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Are you a community-based organization or represent a city agency that is working to improve the health and well-being of Baltimore but in need of resources for research?
Join us for this exciting event of networking and dialogue with faculty and students from Johns Hopkins University and other academic institutions in Baltimore. Have your research needs heard, meet faculty and students to partner with you, and become aware of funding resources for your collaborative work. Faculty and students at Johns Hopkins University and surrounding colleges and universities are encouraged to register!
The Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute and the Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion are offering funding opportunities to participants of Community-Driven Research Day. Learn more below about how you can qualify and apply.
- The Urban Health Institute has a small grants program to support community-university collaborations that result from participating in Community-Driven Research Day. Faculty and students submitting the application must be affiliated with Johns Hopkins University and are required to partner with a community agency or community leader and vice versa. Projects must be focused on Baltimore.
- The Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion is announcing the inaugural Community Scholars Grant Program, which will provide funding for health promotion activities conducted by teams of JHSPH faculty and community based organizations.