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Associate Research Scientist
SIG operates globally
Advancing Solutions in Policy, Implementation, Research, and Engagement for Refugees
ASPIRE is a multidisciplinary program of activities at Columbia University dedicated to innovative approaches and responses to the Syrian Refugee crisis.
Improving HIV Service Delivery for People who Inject Drugs in Kazakhstan
Implementation research of a peer driven HIV testing and linkage to HIV treatment intervention that will be implemented in 24 NGOs in 4 cities in Kazakhstan.
SIG is now hiring for two positions for the new HEAL grant: Associate Research Scientist and Study Administrative Coordinator. Read more and apply below.
SIG Director Nabila El-Bassel discusses the $86 million grant that Columbia's School of Social Work received from the National Institute of Drug Abuse and the work that she and her team from Columbia will be doing to reduce opioid deaths in New York State.
Columbia’s School of Social Work, along with partner universities, will work in 15 counties across New York State to address the opioid epidemic. The $86 million grant was awarded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) to reduce opioid deaths in New York State.