Professor Patton goes On The Record at WYPR to discuss how analyzing social media posts, even hashtags and emojis can prevent violence among young people. LISTEN TO THE PODCAST.
In the absence of a vaccine or cure for HIV infection, behavioral risk reduction and treatment adherence (HIV Testing Together, initiation of pre-exposure prophylaxis [PrEP] or post-exposure [PEP] for HIV negative persons or anti-retroviral treatment [ART] adherence for HIV positive […]
Dr. Leopoldo J. Cabassa will become an Associate Director at the Social Intervention Group (SIG) as of November 1, 2016. He will join Drs. Nabila El-Bassel, Louisa Gilbert, and Elwin Wu in leading and managing SIG’s program of research. Dr. […]
The Columbia Global Centers in Amman and Istanbul are organizing a symposium to address the gap in the linkages between humanitarian response and development in light of a rapidly changing global context, and the need for new paradigms of refugee assistance and inclusion. The […]
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Professor Patton is working to create an algorithm using social media to help prevent violence in Chicago. CLICK HERE TO READ ARTICLE ON NPR.
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