Stanford Global Health supports innovative research projects by awarding seed grants each year to multidisciplinary teams who are dedicating to solving global health problems in low-resource settings.
Stanford’s Global Health Seed Grant program encourages the development of innovative solutions to global health challenges. With early-stage funding, we support scientific and clinical research as well as innovations in health care implementation or delivery. The program seeks to build Stanford’s vibrant global health community and its outreach to international partners, as with the program pictured above, with Clea Sarnquist, in the Department of Pediatrics, and Michael Baiocchi, in the Department of Medicine: Mental health issues and violence among adolescents in the Nairobi slums: Can empowerment programs prevent or mitigate both?
Our call for proposals for our 2023 Global Health Seed Grant cycle is now closed – thank you to all who applied! Check back in early 2024 to learn more about our next call for proposals.
In the summer of 2022, 14 new seed grant awards were granted for diverse projects benefitting global health and health equity.View the 2022 seed grant winners
We’ve been awarding Global Health Seed Grants since 2012. See a list of recipients and projects by year at the link below.Access winners by year