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Grants

Throughout its history, the China Medical Board has adopted a policy of not accepting unsolicited grant proposals. Thus, inquiries or unsolicited proposals may not receive an expeditious reply. The rationale is straightforward—CMB's strategic grant-making is highly focused on targeted activities to advance its mission. In its earliest phase, the China Medical Board devoted nearly all of its financing to Peking Union Medical College. Since 1950, the China Medical Board’s grant-making has been targeted at key Chinese and Asian universities. CMB encourages international groups wishing to work in China to establish relationships directly with CMB-affiliated Chinese and Asian institutions.

Year/Grant no. Granteesort descending Program Amount
(2020)
20-355
Southeast Asia $200,000
  • Support to the Prince Mahidol Award Conference
  • July 01, 2020 to June 30, 2024
  • Southeast Asia
  • To support additional Asian participants at the Prince Mahidol Award Conference 2021-2024. This is as a supplement to CMB grant #19-320.
(2009)
09-950
Southeast Asia $150,000
  • Support for Chinese and Asian Participants at the Prince Mahidol Award Conference
  • July 01, 2009 to June 30, 2012
  • Southeast Asia
  • This grant will support the participation of 20 Chinese and Southeast Asian scientists—either as participants or as speakers annually—for three years.
  • Churnrurtai Kanchanachitra
(2010)
10-007
Southeast Asia $100,000
  • Supporting PMAC 2011 and the SE Asia Lancet Launch
  • October 01, 2010 to June 30, 2011
  • Southeast Asia
  • This grant provided support to the Prince Mahidol Award Conference (PMAC), an annual international forum for sharing evidence for health-related policies and strengthening commitment to global health.
  • Piyasakol Sakolsatayadorn
(2008)
08-910
Southeast Asia $250,000
  • Strengthening of Medical Education and Research
  • July 01, 2008 to June 30, 2011
  • Southeast Asia
  • This three-year proposal f aims to improve the quality of medical education and research at the University of Medicine in Mandalay.
  • Than Win
(2010)
10-035
Health Professional Education $199,795
  • Network for Rural Medical Education in Mongolia
  • January 01, 2011 to December 31, 2013
  • Global
  • This will support the Health Sciences University of Mongolia to strengthen and extend its development of training of health professionals for work in rural Mongolia.
  • Tsenenkhuu Lkhagvasuren
(2009)
09-942
Health Professional Education $260,881
  • Training Mobile Health Workers in Pastoral Areas of Qinghai
  • July 01, 2009 to June 30, 2014
  • China
  • This project will develop a training model for “doctors on horseback” through demonstration projects in four pastoral counties: Gonghe, Guinan, Haiyan, and Gangcha.
  • Xu Cunhe
(2010)
10-030
Health Professional Education $951,200
  • Integrating Township- Village Rural Health Services in Three Western China Provinces
  • January 01, 2011 to December 31, 2013
  • China
  • This project supports action research on barriers and challenges for integrating rural health services in the western areas of China.
  • Xu Cunhe, Geng Zhi, Fan Yancun
(2008)
08-882
$52,150
  • PUMC Archives
  • February 13, 2008 to March 31, 2009
  • China
  • The Rockefeller Archive Center received this planning grant to work to help Peking Union Medical College (PUMC) develop its archives.
(2008)
08-907
Health Professional Education $57,570
  • Reforming Public Health Education in China
  • July 01, 2008 to June 30, 2009
  • China
  • This project financed planning and a workshop to develop a strategic plan for reforming the Shandong schools of public health. Grant funds supported two commissioned papers, travel and study to Vietnam and India, drafting of a strategic plan, and a consultative workshop at Shandong University in November 2008.
  • Meng Qingyue
(2009)
09-947
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $249,700
  • Capacity Building in Health Systems and Collaborative Policy Research in Two Backward Provinces in China
  • July 01, 2009 to June 30, 2012
  • China
  • The project supports capacity development in Shandong through advanced training of junior faculty and capacity development in Western China through collaborative research in health financing, human resources, and MCH service delivery.
  • Meng Qingyue
(2023)
23-525
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $50,000
  • Investigation of Bacterial Contamination of Dental unit Waterlines & Biofilm-controlling Tubing Materials Development
  • January 01, 2024 to December 31, 2026
  • China
  • A cross-sectional investigation across 20 stomatological hospitals in Shandong Province to assess DUWL contamination and analyze differences based on hospital types, stomatological specialties, and
  • Peng CHEN
(2011)
11-068
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $149,800
  • Rational Antibiotics Use in Rural China
  • March 01, 2012 to February 28, 2015
  • China
  • This study will assess antibiotic usage trhough a survey of residents, in-depth interviews with health care providers, and an analysis of prescription data in rural Shandong.
  • Sun Qing
(2013)
13-160
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $150,000
  • Cancer Screening
  • January 01, 2014 to December 31, 2016
  • China
  • Thisproject aims to analyze high-prevalence cancers in Shandong province to inform cancer control efforts and reduce inequities in quality of care.
  • SUN Xiaojie
(2011)
11-072
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $74,920
  • Training for Increasing Adherence to Hypertension Therapy
  • March 01, 2012 to February 28, 2015
  • China
  • This CMB-OC program is a three-year study based in 12 of 17 Shandong village that participated in a 2009 hypertension study.
  • Li Hui
(2017)
16-257
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $150,000
  • CMB-OC: Improve Migrants' Access to PH Services
  • January 01, 2017 to December 31, 2019
  • China
  • Investigators will study 60 communities in Shandong Province in order to better understand the constraints that migrants face in accessing public health services.
  • Zhou Chengchao
(2015)
14-195
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $148,000
  • CMB-OC: Cervical Cancer Intervention
  • January 01, 2015 to December 31, 2018
  • China
  • This four-year project is a RCT intervention screening program on cervical cancer in rural China.
  • Li Shunping
(2019)
18-298
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $80,000
  • CMB-OC: Blood-pressure telemonitoring
  • January 01, 2019 to December 31, 2022
  • China
  • The study aims to develop a blood pressure telemonitoring model and use a randomized control trial to test its effectiveness and cost-effectiveness.
(2008)
08-913
Southeast Asia $25,000
  • Renovation of Damaged Facilities
  • July 01, 2008 to July 01, 2009
  • Southeast Asia
  • This one-year grant of $25,000 renovated the facilities that were damaged by cyclone Nargis in May 2008 at the University of Medicine (1) in Myanmar. It supported repair of the departments of botany, zoology, microbiology, and pathology, as well as replacement of laboratory equipment, computers, and accessories that were damaged during the storm.
  • Aye Maung Han
(2008)
08-908
Southeast Asia $208,000
  • Capacity Building of HR and Information/Library
  • July 01, 2008 to June 30, 2011
  • Southeast Asia
  • This project aims to improve the quality of the teaching faculty and enhance the information, library, and laboratory capacities at University of Medicine 1.
  • Aye Maung Han
(2008)
08-914
Southeast Asia $25,000
  • Renovation of Damaged Laboratory and Library
  • July 01, 2008 to June 30, 2009
  • Southeast Asia
  • This grant of $25,000 supported renovation of the common research laboratory and library caused by cyclone Nargis in May 2008 at University of Medicine (2) in Myanmar. It also supported replacement of damaged textbooks, journals, and computers, and restoration of Internet access.
  • Tint Swe Latt
(2008)
08-909
Southeast Asia $200,000
  • Faculty and Information/Library Development
  • July 01, 2008 to June 30, 2011
  • Southeast Asia
  • This project aims to strengthen capacity of faculty and upgrade information, library, internet, and learning materials.
  • Tint Swe Latt
(2009)
09-941
Health Professional Education $241,500
  • A Training Model for Village Doctors in Xinjiang's Minority Areas
  • July 01, 2009 to June 30, 2016
  • China
  • The project will provide degrees (associate degree and higher) based on part-time or full-time training to 10,000 in-service village and township doctors. The project will also provide post-graduate and continuing medical education to 30,000 rural doctors from village to county level.
  • Li Bin
(2021)
21-425
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $40,000
  • CMB-OC: Real-time monitoring of suicidality in depressive adolescents: a smartphone-based ecological momentary assessment study
  • January 01, 2022 to December 31, 2024
  • China
  • This research will explore real-time dynamics of suicidality and short-term predictors among depressive adolescents in China using smartphone-based ecological momentary assessment combined with wearable actigraphy.
  • Lu NIU
(2020)
20-369
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $40,000
  • CMB-OC: Smartphone-based Care Support Program for Rural Children with Cancer
  • December 27, 2020
  • China
  • This project will adapt and evaluate an evidence-based and culturally tailored individualized smartphone-based care support (ISBCS) program to support families of children with cancer in rural China.
  • Gu Can
(2013)
13-155
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $150,000
  • Research on Patient Safety Management
  • January 01, 2014 to December 31, 2015
  • China
  • This grant provides support for research and policy development to advance patient safety through training and technical capacity.
  • ZHOU Shenghua

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