Grants and Opportunities



Suriname: Summer Abroad Public Health Programs

Public Health Threats in Suriname                                                                                                  July 1-16, 2019                                                                                                                                       Rolling Acceptance (1/16/19-5/21/19)

Through Tulane University’s unique partnership with Suriname’s Anton de Kom University, Ministry of Public Health and The Caribbean Consortium for Research in Environmental and Occupational Health (CCREOH); explore key issues affecting the health of Suriname’s population and ecosystem:

  • Science, practice, and policy approaches to address public health issues affecting environmental and human health
  • Important aspects of disaster management
  • Medicinal characteristics of plants
  • Risks of environmental contamination
  • Role of the ecosystem as a vital competent to community health
  • Field Trips-overnight trip to the rainforest; see brown dolphins; orchids and birds

For eligibility requirements and admissions guidelines, visit:


John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Mental Health invites applications to the Master of Health Science degree program for the 2019/2020 academic year. The Department engages in population-based research on the etiology, occurrence, prevention, and control of mental and substance use disorders.

The Master of Health Science Degree is organized around a core set of four terms of graduate course, and a final research paper. The Master of Health Science degree is completed in one academic year (9-months).

Applications will be accepted until June 1, 2019

For Additional Information Contact:

Patricia Scott

Department of Mental Health

624 N. Broadway, Baltimore, MD 21205




Tulane University School of Public Health

Master of Science in Clinical Investigation

The Epidemiology Department at Tulane University’s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine is launching a one-year Master of Science in Clinical Investigation program, and is currently accepting applications for summer 2019.

See the flyer for more information about the Tulane MSCI. This program provides training in clinical research methods that extends well beyond the BSPH curriculum, and prepares students for work in numerous settings or for medical school. If you are interested, ACT FAST! – the first ten admitted students will receive a $10,000 scholarship.

Students should apply at (additional instructions can be found at The application deadline is June 1, 2019.


Apply for a Newcomb-Tulane College Grant

Next deadline: Monday, April 15, 5.00 p.m.

All full-time undergraduates are invited to take advantage of the wide range of funding available for academic projects, research, conference and internship travel, and ore. Newcomb-Tulane college grant applications are reviewed on a monthly cycle, and the deadlines to apply during the 2018-2019 school year are 15th of each month from September through April (excluding December). for more information, visit, or email Melissa A. Weber at


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