Fostering new discovery and career development, Global WACh offers one-year $25,000 seed grants for pioneering research to improve the health of women, adolescents, and children.
The Coulter Project and Global WACh have teamed up to offer pilot grants to support collaborative translational research in biomedical engineering addressing the clinical needs of women, adolescents and children.
As a member of Global WACh, you will become part of a community that is committed to working collectively towards the goals of improving the health and well-being of women, children, and adolescents.
We prioritize multi-disciplinary approaches to solving complex health problems. In order to foster creative learning and collaboration, we have partnered with several schools at the University of Washington to create new courses, seminars and lecture series.
Kizazi aims to facilitate research utilizing a model of vertical and horizontal mentorship, whereby members receive frequent feedback on their progress from investigators with a wide range of experience and expertise.