Innovation in Global Health ResearchGlobal health research at Princeton is dynamic, interdisciplinary and designed to have an impact.
By breaking down barriers and uniting voices from a rich array of fields, we promote new thinking among faculty and graduate researchers alike.
Potential Funding Sources
Funding and/or support for graduate research may be found through the following programs. For more details, consult your advisor or reach out to us to learn more.
Funding made possible by the Center for Health and Wellbeing.
Health Grand Challenge
Launched in 2007, Health Grand Challenge promotes research on critical issues, including global health and infectious disease. Research grants may be available to Ph.D. students.
Princeton Brazil Global Fellows
In 2012, an innovative partnership was launched between Princeton and the University of São Paulo in Brazil. A research and teaching project, Princeton-Brazil: Global Health brings together faculty, undergraduate and graduate students to examine global health, health policy and the anthropology of medicine and health.
For more information on possible funding opportunities:
- Visit the Princeton Brazil Global Fellows page
- Contact project administrator Lindsay Woodrick ([email protected])
Program on U.S. Health Policy
Since 2012, the Program on U.S. Health Policy has been examining global health in our own backyard. Ph.D. candidates planning a domestic global health research project may be awarded funding.