2021 Nexus Award for Johns Hopkins University Collaborative Behavioral, Social and Systems Science Data Projects
At this time, we are not accepting applications.
The Nexus Award for Johns Hopkins University Collaborative Behavioral, Social and Systems Science Data Projects is sponsored by our Behavioral, Social and Systems Science Translational Research Community. Nexus Awards are designed to accelerate research by providing rapid, targeted funding to address critical gaps in clinical and translational research. The 2021 funds will be used to support research investigators interested in working with institutional, operational or research teams to analyze existing data sets, that can be used to explore issues of health equity (specifically with respect to race, ethnicity, language or insurance type/income).
The award provides up to $8,000 in direct costs and must be spent by June 30, 2021.
All JHU faculty; post-doctoral fellows and graduate/undergraduate students with a JHU faculty mentor; who have a JHU, University of Maryland Baltimore or Morgan State University* collaborator are eligible to apply.
*Morgan State University partners cannot be remunerated until year 2 and only for qualifying studies.