Media or speaking Inquiry
Our researchers have expertise in evidence-based research and interventions for health areas including HIV, intimate partner violence and gender-based violence, trauma, substance use and addiction, and have extensively researched with populations including those within the criminal justice system, refugees, migrant workers, sexual and gender minorities, and more.
Interview SIG researcher(s)
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Invite SIG to speak at your event
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Attend a SIG event
SIG presents research nationally and globally. See our events.
Work or intern for SIG
SIG offers intensive fieldwork training for MSW students and opportunities for doctoral students to gain direct, hands-on experience in all phases of research. SIG also offers faculty and staff the opportunity to engage in rewarding careers conducting work in support of SIG’s mission and vision.
Faculty or staff
March 2022: SIG is now hiring a full-time (35 hrs/week) Research Coordinator for the HEALing Communities Study. Experience in health-related research/community health preferred. Read more and apply here.
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Enroll in SIG training programs
SIG provides training for faculty, visiting scholars, students, and post-doctoral fellows, and has an NIMH R25 HIV training program to train underrepresented new faculty on HIV implementation science. SIG also has a NIDA T32 training for pre- and post-doctoral scholars on implementation research for criminal justice-involved populations.
Visit our training page to learn more and see links to our training programs.
Collaborate with SIG
Implement SIG intervention or request training
SIG’s evidence-based interventions have been identified as best practices by the CDC, and have been adapted nationally and globally.
Request training materials, technical assistance, or a training session with specialized SIG staff. Connect with SIG for a consultation or to implement one of our proven interventions.