New funding opportunity supports research addressing Flint community issues
Are you interested in research that addresses health consequences stemming from the Flint water crisis? Apply now for a new funding opportunity that funds community-engaged research partnerships and projects addressing priorities in Flint.
The new Building Capacity for Research and Action Award is provided by the Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research.
Applicants may request up to $5,000 for partnership development activities or up to $10,000 for conducting small-scale research projects.
Each application must have at least two partners: an academic partner who is affiliated with a college, school or university and a community partner who is affiliated with a non-academic community organization or group.
Applications are due Feb. 23. Full details are available here.