The Call for Proposals for the Columbia Global Mental Health Programs 2021-2022 Council Grants Program is now available.
The Council Grants Program is funded by the Council for the Advancement of Research in Global Mental Health. The program supports new investigators and innovative ideas in global mental health with one-year pilot grants. It serves as a catalyst for generating and supporting novel projects that improve the knowledge, training or practice of mental health around the globe, especially in low-resource settings.
Each award will provide a maximum of $20,000 for one year. Approximately 2-4 awards will be awarded, depending on availability.
The grants are open to:
- Early investigators committed to a research career relevant to global mental health. Applicants can have a Columbia appointment or, if not, must collaborate with a Columbia faculty member. Early investigators will submit their applications with a senior Columbia-affiliated faculty member in a multiple Principal Investigator (MPI) format.
- Senior investigators seeking to develop new and innovative applications of their research in a global mental health context. Senior investigators must have a Columbia appointment, or submit the application with a Columbia-affiliated investigator in an MPI format
Overview of Timeline:
- Applications are due by March 15, 2021
- Notification of Grant Recipients by May 15, 2021
To download the full Call for Proposals, please click here: 2021-2022 Council Grants Program Funding Opportunity
To review the research of past Council Grant Recipients, please visit our webpage here.
Any questions can be directed to [email protected]