Biological vulnerability to extreme heat in maternal and child health

The Wellcome Trust have launched a call for proposals on Biological vulnerability to extreme heat in maternal and child health (Deadline: 8 August 2022).

Is your institution interested in applying but don’t know who to partner with to have a competitive project? Are you seeking to add specific expertise to your team or find diverse study sites? Do you see a local opportunity for evaluating an intervention, but don’t know who to partner with?

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This award will fund research teams to significantly advance understanding of the biological vulnerability to extreme heat in the context of maternal and child health. By the end of the award, successful applicants will have delivered new knowledge at this intersection and generated evidence with the potential to inform new interventions that can be used in real world settings.

To help research teams identify potential collaborators around the world, this platform has been made available to allow you to register what your institutional team has to offer a collaboration and/or may be seeking. This tool is not intended to register individual researchers and research interests. By publishing your contact information, you give consent to be contacted.

For more information on the funding call, eligibility, and the application process please visit the call website here.

This information will be removed on 8 August, when the call for preliminary applications closes.

Disclaimer: This platform does not have any influence or bearing on the Wellcome Trust grant making process. It is in no way connected to the application process. This tool is provided by GHHIN for the sole purpose to support the community of practice develop the best possible proposals. 

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