RSTMH Early Career Grants Program 2024 (Up to £5,000) | How to Apply Now

The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (RSTMH) is accepting applications from suitably qualified  Candidates for the RSTMH Early Career Grants Program 2024. Through this programme, RSTMH provides grants annually to early-career Individuals, from anywhere in the world, to conduct their first research into tropical medicine or global health.

RSTMH Early Career Grants Program 2024
RSTMH Early Career Grants Program 2024

The grant programme offered by the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (RSTMH), was established over 40 years ago and has attained significant growth. RSTMH has given out over 800 awards across 66 countries since 2017. The 2024 call for applications closes on April 22, 2024.

Benefits of RSTMH Early Career Grants Program

  • The maximum award for an RSTMH Early Career Grant is £5,000, which includes any applicable taxes on purchases.
  • Membership: Chance to join RSTMH and demonstrate your dedication to global health and tropical medicine
  • RSTMH provides support to its members via a variety of initiatives, including international events, the publication of two publications, and the grant, medal, and award programs that honor achievement in practice.
  • Members of RSTMH operate in a wide range of sectors and professions, are located in more than 100 countries, and are in all phases of their careers. Benefits to members include:
  • Discounted rates to RSTMH events and meetings
  • Access to RSTMH journal Transactions
  • Eligibility for RSTMH grants and award programmes
  • Access fees discount for RSTMH journals International Health and Transactions

Eligibility Requirements for RSTMH Early Career Grants Program

  • The RSTMH Early Career Grants are intended for people who can plan and carry out their first research project and who have never before won a research grant of at least £5,000 in their own name.
  • Researchers from all over the world are welcome to apply for the RSTMH Early Career Grants Program.
  • Grant project duration: The project should begin within three months after getting financing and take up to a year to complete.
  • Topic and scope: Research projects can address any area of tropical medicine and global health, including laboratory, translation, implementation, and policy studies.
  • There are at least 230 grants available for the 2024 edition.

How to Apply


Selection Process

The proposed project should take up to one year to be completed and is expected to start within 3 months of receiving funding

Application Deadline

April 22, 2024.


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