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Minority Health Research and Education Grant Program

The Minority Health Research and Education Grant Program (MHGP) was established by the 76th Texas Legislature in 1999 and codified in Texas Education Code Chapter 63, Subchapter D, Sections 63.301-63.302. It provides funding to eligible institutions of higher education to conduct research and educational programs on public health issues affecting one or more minority groups in Texas. It is funded with proceeds from the Texas Tobacco Lawsuit Settlement.

MHGP supported various initiatives over the years, such as Allied Health Pathways to Success, Academic-Clinical Partnerships, and Recruitment & Retention.

Grant Awards 2018-2020: Recruitment and Retention
     Request for Applications
     Application Forms

Grant Awards 2017-2019: Academic-Clinical Partnerships
     
Request for Applications

Grant Awards 2016-2018: Allied Health Pathways to Success and Recruitment & Retention
     
Request for Application, Pathways to Success
     Request for Application, Recruitment & Retention

Grant Awards 2014-2016: Allied Health Pathways to Success and Recruitment & Retention


For further information, contact:

Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Academic Quality and Workforce
P.O. Box 12788
Austin, TX 78711

Fu-An Lin, PhD
Program Director
512-427-6211
MHGP@thecb.state.tx.us 

 


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