E²SHI accepting applications for seed grants and fellowships

The Johns Hopkins Environment, Energy, Sustainability & Health Institute (E²SHI) invites applications for seed grants and fellowships in academic year 2016-17 to support interdisciplinary research in environment, energy, sustainability, or related health topics. Applications are due Feb. 10.

Seed grants are open to Johns Hopkins researchers in any of the university's schools, including faculty, staff, and doctoral students, on the condition that the lead PI (principal investigator) is a full-time research scientist, research scholar, or professor.

Fellowships are open to current and prospective doctoral students in any JHU school pursuing interdisciplinary research.

To access application guidelines for seed grants and fellowships, visit the E²SHI website.