International Research

The George Washington University is committed to enhancing the global reach of our research. With partnerships across the globe, including institutions in Romania, Peru, Mauritius, and India, among others, GW continues to grow our international portfolio.

Current Partnerships in place:

Funding is available for collaborative efforts between GW faculty and those at the University Politehnica of Bucharest. For additional information, please email askovpr@gwu.edu.

GW is partnering with the International Center for Advanced Research and Applied Science, the Instituto Nacional de Salud (Peru's National Institute of Health), and the U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit 6 in Lima, Peru, to expand opportunities for GW and Peruvian researchers.

Funding is available for collaborative efforts between GW faculty and those at the University Politehnica of Bucharest. For additional information, please email askovpr@gwu.edu.

Dr. Leo Chalupa serves on the Governing Board of the Indo-US Science and Technology Forum (IUSSTF) whose mission is to promote Indo-US collaborations in science, technology, engineering in biomedical research among government, academia and industry. Additional information about opportunities can be found here.  

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The GW International Research Program

Frequently Asked Questions

Application Form (Fillable PDF)

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Search for International Funding Opportunities

Newton’s List – Gateway to international research collaborations, sponsored by CRDF Global and the National Science Foundation

Community of Science: PIVOT – Web-based resource providing tools for discovering funding opportunities and supporting collaboration in the research development field (subscription required. Sign up using your GW email address here.)

International Research in the News

AAAS President sees desire for global collaboration

Ham, Becky. "AAAS President Sees Desire for Global Collaboration." Science Magazine 27 Feb. 2015. Print.