Public Health Cubed Seed Funding Public Health Cubed (PH3) is a rapid seed funding mechanism for Institute for Public Health Faculty Scholars. The program nurtures novel ideas in public health research or education. It allows faculty teams to address major social problems too complex for a single disciplinary approach—and to pursue experimental ideas that might […]
Public Health Cubed Seed Funding (Cycle 3.0) Public Health Cubed (PH3) is a rapid seed funding mechanism for Institute for Public Health Faculty Scholars. The program nurtures novel ideas in public health research or education. It allows faculty teams to address major social problems too complex for a single disciplinary approach—and to pursue experimental ideas […]
Funding programs at the Center for Dissemination & Implementation support innovative projects focused on improving the dissemination and implementation of health interventions. Funding for these programs is provided by the Center for Dissemination and Implementation at the Institute for Public Health, the Washington University Implementation Science Center for Cancer Control (WU-ISCCC), and the Institute of […]
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The following media coverage on COVID-19 features Institute for Public Health Faculty Scholars. The Cure For Pandemic Loneliness? Friends Of A Different Generation. Washington Post | 6/03/21 Research by Nancy Morrow-Howell PhD, MSW is mentioned here illustrating the many benefits of intergenerational friendships and volunteering in older age. Covid Surge In North Missouri Creates Worries […]
Two Institute for Public Health centers award funding By Kim Furlow, Institute for Public Health The Center for Community Health Partnership and Research and the Center for Dissemination and Implementation, both at the Institute for Public Health, have awarded seed funding for two public health-related projects. The projects focus on health care for older adults […]
The purpose of this program is to support development of high-quality pilot projects that address key questions in the areas of health economics and policy.
Pitch Partners² Announces First Seed Funding Awards   The Center for Community Health Partnership and Research announces $10,000 in seed funding for each of three public health-related projects through its Pitch Partners² program. The projects were originally “pitched” to a  group of community members, organizations and faculty at a Pitch Partners meeting. There, attendees have […]
Institute for Public Health and Washington University Join Effort to End AIDS by 2030 St. Louis City and County sign “Fast-Track Cities” Declaration As of Dec. 1, 2019, St. Louis is now one of more than 300 Fast-Track Cities committed to ending HIV/AIDS by the year 2030. The Institute for Public Health and Washington University […]
On this Page: Consultations Community Engagement Studios Funding Opportunities Consultations If you are a researcher interested in meeting with our team, please complete this form. If you are a community member or organization interested in meeting with our team, please complete this form. Community Engagement (CE) Studios CE Studios provide a structured forum for researchers to […]
The Community/University Health Research Partnership (CUHRP) Initiative was formed to help community organizations and academic researchers at Washington University and Saint Louis University work together to address some of the most critical health problems in St. Louis. Overview: Listening to community concerns The St. Louis Community/University Health Research Partnerships (CUHRP) Initiative was formed after a series […]
Inherent Challenges to Conducting D&I Research in Aging By Beth Prusaczyk, NIMH Predoctoral Fellow, PhD Candidate, Brown School It is hard to imagine a field of study that would not benefit from incorporating dissemination and implementation (D&I) into its strategic plan and foci. Many fields such as medicine and public health have already done so […]
Cultivating an Atmosphere for Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Pushing Personal Boundaries by Lyndsey Armes, BS Candidate, University of Kentucky 2019 Institute for Public Health Summer Research Program participant – Public & Global Health Track WOW—I cannot believe that my time here in St. Louis is coming to a close. This summer has been fast-paced, exciting, and informative to say […]
The Center for Dissemination and Implementation and the WashU Implementation Science Center for Cancer Control offer a funding mechanism that seeks to enable investigators to rapidly “add-on” measurements or pilot data collection to an existing observational or experimental research study to better understand an aspect of D&I. In the rapidly moving growth of D&I research, […]
Center for Dissemination and Implementation Awards Rapid Add-On (RAD) Funding The Center for Dissemination and Implementation has awarded $15,000 in Rapid Add-on Funding to the following study, which centers on the impact of a lapse in education to Pakistani and Afghani children during the COVID-19 pandemic. The RAD funding mechanism enables investigators to rapidly “add-on” measurements or […]
The Center for Community Health Partnership and Research announces seed funding for two public health-related projects through its Pitch Partners² funding mechanism. The selected projects are centered on community-academic partnerships to achieve cancer health equity. Community organizations “pitched” to a diverse group of stakeholders including fellow community organizations, citizens, and WashU staff at an event in the Pitch Partners series. There, […]
The Center for Community Health Partnership and Research and the Institute for Public Health have awarded two project teams with up to $7,500 each in Community Partnership Seed Funding. The aim of the Community Partnership Seed Funding is to foster and deepen community-academic partnerships. By invitation only, researchers and community organizations request funding to support initial […]
WashU Medicine spearheads collaboration to install radiation machine in Guatemala
By Ying-Chiang Jeffrey Lee, MPH, and Ani Guruaj, Global Health Student Advisory Committee (GHSAC) Dr. Jonathan D. Quick, MD, MPH, was in St. Louis last week promoting his recently published book, “The End of Epidemics: The Looming Threat to Humanity and How to Stop It.” After speaking with a group of WashU students and faculty, […]
Community advocate works to amplify voices of people living with HIV/AIDS Written by Kim Furlow, Institute for Public Health Fast-Track Cities St. Louis just celebrated its first anniversary as one of 300+ cities around the world working to end HIV/AIDS by the year 2030. One year ago, on “World AIDS Day” (12/1), Institute for Public […]
DATA RESOURCES AT WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY Geographic Information Systems at Washington University Center for Administrative Data Research at the Washington University School of Medicine Division of Biostatistics at the Washington University School of Medicine Center for Biomedical Informatics in the Institute for Clinical and Translational Sciences Research Design & Biostatistics Group in the Institute for Clinical […]
The Friedman Center for Aging funded 10 proposals to support collaborations that will advance cross-national research and education on older adults, later life and aging societies.
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How Funding and Collaboration Can Address Violence: Lessons from the Past According to a 2017 U.S. Department of Justice report, the City of St. Louis experienced a notable decrease in homicides in the year 2003 but the rate has subsequently rebounded. As we continue to see violence in our city and search for what works […]
Antimicrobial resistance is an accelerating public health crisis that affects nations worldwide. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that at least 2 million people in the United States acquire antibiotic-resistant infections each year, resulting in at least 23,000 deaths a year. Not only does this resistance kill patients, but it also threatens national […]
The Center for Dissemination and Implementation pilot and small grants program at the Institute for Public Health announces funding for seven projects. Two are co-funded by our Center for Global Health, two fully funded by the Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences at the Washington University School of Medicine, and three are fully funded by our Center for […]
2020 in review: Center for Dissemination & Implementation and partners fund seven projects The Center for Dissemination and Implementation (CDI) at the Institute for Public Health didn’t let 2020 dampen its efforts to fund vital research projects. A total of $144,070 has been awarded via CDI’s Pilot/Small Grants programs and its Rapid Add-On (RAD) funding […]
The purpose of this program is to support development of high-quality pilot projects that address key questions in the areas of health economics and policy.