The Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies offers two funding programs designed to foster innovative research projects in the areas of population sciences and population health. Each involves a competitive application process. Please read through the parameters of each program and if you have questions, contact either Laura Price, firstname.lastname@example.org for the RWJF program, or Maria Joy, email@example.com, for the PGDA pilot program competition.
Open to all Harvard University faculty and affiliated postdoctoral research scholars. There are two calls for applications each year: one in October and one in March. Awards range from $10,000 – $30,000. U.S. (domestic) based research is considered only.
Open to all Harvard University faculty. A call for applications is issued in February of each year. Pilot project grants typically range from $10,000 – $25,000. Higher awards can be considered with caveats.