Funding Available for the 6th
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
&
Georgia State University

Seed Award Program for Social and Behavioral Science Research

Seed funding is now available for research projects in the social and behavioral sciences which are based on collaborations between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Georgia State University (GSU).  The maximum total budget for a two year project is $100,000 ($50,000 total per institution) and the maximum that each institution may be allocated for each project year is $25,000.  Up to five projects will be funded under this initiative.  Previous awardees of the CDC-GSU seed funding are not eligible to apply.  See attached flier for details and instructions.



Applications are due  January 31, 2012. Funding for this announcement is contingent upon availability of funds.