SIG is committed to advancing intervention and prevention research by training the next cadre of social work researchers in the development, testing, and dissemination of empirically-validated intervention and prevention approaches.
The Social Intervention Group helps train MSW students, Doctoral Candidates and Post Docs. To find out more about a specific program click on the summary pages.
SIG houses both HIV Intervention Science Training Program, an NIMH funded program that aims to promote a cadre of racial and ethnic minority (REM) scientists as principal investigators on extramurally funded studies and the T32 grant a joint initiative led by […]
Both the Social Intervention Group and Global Health Research Center of Central Asia work to strengthen the ability of university partners and service organizations for research and evaluation. Highlights include: Collaborations with partners and affiliates whose specializations in a wide range […]