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.
SIG 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 the HIV Intervention Science Training Program (HISTP) and the T32 grant to train the next generation of scholars.
Both SIG and the 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 of sectors and subjects […]