THE JOHNS HOPKINS CHARMED CENTER
REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS
COMMUNITY-ENGAGED ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH PILOT GRANTS
Sent on behalf of Marsha Wills-Karp, Ph.D., and Thomas Hartung, MD, PhD, Department of Environmental Health and Engineering
Please forward this announcement to the faculty, postdoctoral fellows and doctoral students in your department and division. Thank you.
We are pleased to release the Request for Application (RFA) for the 2023 CHARMED CENTER PILOT grants.
The Center for Community Health: Addressing Regional Maryland Environmental Determinants of Diseases (CHARMED) Pilot Grant Program to address environmental concerns of the communities in the greater Baltimore region through building and supporting community-engaged research partnerships, providing evidence-based information to communities and stakeholders with the goal of informing the development and implementation of policies aimed at prevention and/or mitigation of environmental exposures and their associated adverse health impacts on affected communities/individuals.
To achieve this goal, the Center is requesting applications for CHARMED Center Pilot Grants to enable and support community-engaged research partnerships, foster innovative interdisciplinary research in environmental health, translate knowledge into action to address community environmental challenges in the Maryland region, and nurture and support the next generation of environmental scientists.
How to Apply
Please review the attached RFA.
All applicants are strongly encouraged to review program details in the attached RFA.
The application submission deadline is Extended until COB Friday, June 30, 2023
We look forward to receiving your application for funding (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Marsha Wills-Karp and Thomas Hartung