DGHI deploys internal funding to enhance the global health research portfolio of the institute. Typically, the institute awards seed funding through the following competitive grant opportunities:
- Pilot grants of up to $25,000 for a single year, which are designed to support new interdisciplinary collaborations in global health research. Pilot grants are often awarded to support a particular theme or emerging area of research, and DGHI frequently partners with other Duke entities in awarding the grants. To be selected, proposals must have good potential to earn external funding down the road.
- Travel grants of $5,000, which are awarded twice a year, primarily to junior faculty, to support travel to a specific location. These grants are designed to allow faculty to explore the feasibility of starting a research project in a new location. They are open to all Duke faculty.
- Visiting scholar grants, which help enable scholars from DGHI partner institutions to spend time at Duke. These grants allow DGHI faculty to bring colleagues from other parts of the world to campus to expand their knowledge or collaborate on projects.
Consult the Duke Research Funding page for up-to-date information about funding opportunities.
Request for Proposals: Visiting Scholars
Deadline: July 1, 2022
The aim of the Visiting Scholar Program is to enhance the global health innovation capacity by inviting accomplished academic partners and researchers to collaborate with faculty, staff and students within the Institute and across campus. The Duke Global Health Institute (DGHI) seeks to support the exchange of ideas and best practices, and engage with collaborators across continents, cultures and traditional boundaries. The Institute is committed to bringing people together to reduce global health disparities and creating a supportive and inclusive environment for learning, research, and teaching.
Contact: Sarah Cao
DGHI Grants Team
DGHI’s grants team provides pre- and post-award support for faculty who have MOUs with the institute. If you have an established MOU with DGHI that gives you access to the grants team, contact a grants manager to discuss the pre- and post-award process. If you have questions about establishing an MOU with the institute, contact the DGHI director of operations.