We implement evidence-based solutions to HIV and emerging health and social issues affecting diverse populations.
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The HEALing Communities Study aims to reduce opioid and overdose deaths across New York State
WINGS intervention adapted to serve transgender women in Kazakhstan and Indonesia
SIG staff answer the question "What's Your #?" for World AIDS Day 2022
SIG operates globally
Several SIG interventions were identified as best practices by the CDC
SIG has appeared on NBC, in the Chicago Tribune, in Bustle, and more
The Social Intervention Group is a global leader in intervention, prevention, behavioral, and implementation research on communicable and non-communicable diseases.
The Adolescent Responses to COVID-19 (ARC) study aims to examine adolescents' patterns of social connectedness during the COVID-19 pandemic and impacts on adolescent mental health through a mobile app and smartwatch.
Peer-based HIV Self-testing among Women Who Inject or Use Drugs in Kazakhstan, Central Asia
The aim of this study is to assess acceptability, feasibility, preliminary efficacy and cost of a peer-based HIV self-testing intervention to increase consistent HIV testing among women who exchange sex and inject drugs in Kazakhstan.
By providing a community-based tool that leverages AI, the project aims not only to reduce overdose deaths but also to empower communities with technology-driven solutions.
University Professor Nabila El-Bassel Receives the 2024 NIH HEAL Initiative Director’s Research Award
The award is given annually to an NIH HEAL Initiative researcher who demonstrates research excellence, supports broad dissemination of key research, and is a leader in the scientific community.
An expert in Black gay men's health, Mark Paige shares his experiences developing the TRUST intervention and the value of education and empowerment.