NIH Training Grants
HIV and Substance Use Prevention in the Criminal Justice System
The National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) division of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) provides funding for the HIV Training Program in the Criminal Justice System, a research training program that represents a collaborative effort of faculty at Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health and the School of Social Work. Learn More.
Predoctoral Fellowship in Gender, Sexuality, and Health
The nation’s first multidisciplinary doctoral training program in gender, sexuality, and health, the Predoctoral Fellowship in Gender, Sexuality, and Health fellowship provides support only for PhD students and only in Sociomedical Sciences. This unique program prepares students for research and teaching careers focusing on the role of gender and sexuality in shaping reproductive and sexual health, both in the United States and abroad. The program serves as a model for the department’s future direction in developing support for doctoral studies and is funded by the Demographic and Behavioral Sciences Branch of the National Institute of Child Health and Development. Learn More.
Predoctoral Fellowship in Social Determinants of HIV
The Predoctoral Fellowship in Social Determinants of HIV is a research training program located in the department of Sociomedical Sciences (SMS). As an interdisciplinary program the fellowship provides funding to doctoral students pursuing their PhD in the Departments of Sociomedical Sciences, Epidemiology, and Biostatistics. This program prepares students for research and teaching careers addressing HIV structural interventions and social determinants such as structural racism, stigma, residential segregation, COVID-19, and other marginalizing structures, particularly as they influence HIV.
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