We implement evidence-based solutions to HIV and emerging health and social issues affecting diverse populations.
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Dr. Anindita Dasgupta shares five strategies to pursue reproductive health.
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.
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.
Fourteen publications in the Research on Social Work Practice journal from over 30 SIG-affiliated scientists share the latest HIV, intimate partner violence (IPV), gender-based violence (GBV), substance use, and addiction research.
Dr. Andrea Norcini Pala has new published and forthcoming research on women living with HIV. He was recently awarded an R01 and has a new publication in AIDS Online.
Three new T32 Fellows and several students will work in a variety of research areas at SIG including HIV, IPV, substance use, stigma, health equity, and more.