Opportunities for fellowships, grants and other awards, including awards from members of the Partners project.
Ten scholarship recipients will receive a travel stipend and complimentary registration for the NHPC, and will participate in other tailored activities based on their health policy interests. Applications will be accepted until October 31, 2014.
Funding opportunities for federal programs that promote the economic and social well-being of families, children, individuals, and communities.
AHRQ supports a broad base of scientific research to promote improvements in clinical and health system practices, including the prevention of diseases and other health conditions.
Research awards and fellowships to promote world health by the prevention and control of tropical diseases.
The primary goals of this scholarship program are to promote research in implementation science, improve patient outcomes by championing for systemic adoption of infection prevention and control programs in health care settings, and highlight best practices in instituting this approach. Applications are due November 17, 2014.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation works to reduce inequities and improve lives around the world. Grant programs include the Global Development Program to reduce hunger and poverty in the developing world, the Global Health Program to encourage the development of lifesaving medical advances, and the United States Program to reduce inequities by improving access to educational and other opportunities.
Funding opportunities to assist in promoting the health of children through school-connected programs.
Funding opportunities from CDC that are available to members of the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH), and the Association for Prevention Teaching and Research (APTR). AAMC, ASPH and APTR each have a cooperative agreement with CDC that supports extramural projects including research and non-research activities. Members of their respective associations are eligible to participate in the cooperative agreement funding cycle.
CDC Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs), application forms, and information on CDC's grants process.
In 2008, CDC's Office of Public Health Genomics (OPHG) started funding five new projects in state health departments and academic and research institutions and to translate human-genome information and applications into education, surveillance, and policy interventions.
CDC's Grant Funding Profiles tool provides access to information about CDC funding to address issues of public health importance in states, territories, and the District of Columbia.
Information on grants and business opportunities with the CDC.
Funding opportunities to prevent and control chronic diseases.
The Preventive Health and Health Services Block Grant gives grantees the flexibility to prioritize the use of funds to fill funding gaps in programs that deal with leading causes of death and disability and the ability to respond rapidly to emerging health issues, including outbreaks of foodborne infections and waterborne diseases.
The Roadmaps to Health Community Grants support two-year state and local efforts among policymakers, business, education, health care, public health, and community organizations.
Information on HHS grant programs, grant application processes, and grant management.
This database includes funding opportunity announcements, requests for proposals, and other funding solicitations for activities funded from the Prevention and Public Health Fund.
Information on the Environmental Protection Agency's funding opportunities and grant application procedures.
Funding opportunities to support the field of global health research.
The Center provides information for grantseekers, grantmakers, researchers, policymakers, the media, and the general public.
Government-wide compendium of all federal programs, projects, services, and activities that provide assistance or benefits to the American public. Users can contact the office that administers a program for application instructions.
Database of active federal opportunities. Users can search by location, agency, and type of opportunity.
Funding for medical and health care librarians and information specialists. The fund focuses in two major areas, learning partnerships with health science organizations and stipends to attend national professional meetings.
Requests for Applications (RFAs) from the Health Effects Institute, an independent organization that conducts research on the health effects of air pollution.
Administers the Health Care and Other Facilities grant program that provides construction assistance to health facilities across the nation. The Division also manages the Hill-Burton program to assure that obligated health facilities provide free or reduced cost medical services to those persons who are uninsured and underinsured and meet eligibility criteria
Education-related financial assistance.
Provides a searchable database of all Health Resources and Services Administration grant opportunities by key program area e.g., health professions training and services for people living with HIV/AIDS.
The State Health Access Program provides one-year grants to States to develop plans for providing access to affordable health insurance coverage to all their citizens.
Provides funding to support schools of public health and other programs that provide graduate or specialized training in public health to expand and enhance training opportunities that focus on technical, scientific, managerial and leadership competencies and capabilities of the public health workforce.
Travel grants to individuals who are attending one of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) safety training courses to be prepared to work in an Ebola treatment unit in West Africa.
The purpose of this fellowship is to fund research aimed at expanding the research knowledge base, linking the information services provided by librarians to improved health care and advances in biomedical research. Areas of interest include the organization, delivery, use, and impact of information and knowledge on public health services. The application deadline is November 15, 2014.
Funding opportunities to address a community's local needs and interests in public health activities and/or emergency response.
Cancer control funding opportunities including research involving surveillance, epidemiology, health services, behavioral science and cancer survivorship.
Funding opportunities for outreach efforts to community-based AIDS organizations and patient advocacy groups. The primary purpose of these outreach projects is to design local programs for improving information access for AIDS patients and the affected community as well as their caregivers.
Funding support for outreach and collaboration projects related to disaster health information. These projects are intended to improve disaster medicine and public health information access for health professionals, first responders, community members, and others that play a role in health-related disaster preparedness, response and recovery.
Support for rigorous scientific research in biomedical informatics and bioinformatics.
Links to NLM extramural grant programs, including career development and training support.
Funding opportunities on AIDS Community Information Outreach and other funding opportunities from the National Library of Medicine.
Regional funding opportunities for health information outreach projects and other awards.
A list of public health projects funded through the National Network of Libraries of Medicine.
Funding to support public health services and systems research (PHSSR).
Links to selected public health fellowship and internship opportunities from government agencies and professional and research organizations.
Investigator Awards in Health Policy Research supports researchers whose crosscutting and innovative ideas promise to contribute meaningfully to improving health and health care policy. The program provides one of the few funding opportunities in the United States for investigator-initiated projects that are broad in scope, innovative in approach, and have national policy relevance.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation provides grants for projects that advance their mission to improve the health and health care of all Americans.
Formerly Local Initiative Funding Partners (LIFP), this is a partnership program between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and local grantmakers that supports creative, collaborative, community-based projects to improve health and health care for vulnerable populations.
Links to funding opportunities compiled by the National Agricultural Library.
Grants that focus on building resilience and facilitating recovery for people with or at risk for mental or substance use disorders.
The Foundation supports efforts to improve the health of mothers and families; to increase breastfeeding rates; to provide innovative, community-based oral health care and to transform food systems so children and families have healthier foods in child care settings, in schools and in their communities.
Instructional material from the Environmental Protection Agency to help communities and non-profit organizations identify financial assistance opportunities for their environmentally oriented programs.
Training courses, both online and in the classroom at various levels, to learn how to write grant proposals.
Video series to debunk common myths about federal funding opportunities and offer assistance with grant applications.
Semiannual NIH Regional Seminars on Program Funding and Grants. These seminars are intended to help demystify the application and review process, clarify Federal regulations and policies, and highlight current areas of special interest or concern.