Rapid Response Grants


EGHI is offering Rapid Response Grants to faculty to conduct urgent, short-term, and multidisciplinary global health research or programmatic work. This program allows faculty to receive grant funding through an expedited process. Awards will be given to those responding to a critical global health need that will ultimately lead to external funding and improvement in individual or population health through sustainable and multidisciplinary partnerships. Proposals should focus on innovation and high impact, are accepted at any time, and will be awarded on a rolling basis. Grants will be awarded up to $10k for a time period of up to 12 months.

To learn more about this opportunity and apply, download our full Rapid Response Grants Guide here. There is no deadline. We will accept and consider applications at any time.

Previous Rapid Response Seed Grants

Covid-19 and Slum Housing Improvement in Brazil, led by Dr. Natália Salgado Bueno, Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at Emory College. This project aims to examine the consequences of housing quality intervention in Brazilian slums during the Covid-19 pandemic.