The Social Intervention Group (SIG) conducts HIV research and research around co-occuring emerging health and social issues. SIG develops widely-adopted HIV interventions, runs HIV training programs for pre- and post-doctoral students and faculty, and offers a variety of opportunities for student engagement. SIG researchers have published research on HIV, intimate partner violence, the overdose epidemic, and health disparities in hundreds of academic journals.

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Research Projects

SIG conducts rigorous research and novel intervention approaches to address co-occurring problems using state-of-the-art research designs and analytic methods.

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Several of SIG's evidence-based interventions have been identified as best practices by the CDC. 

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Scientists at SIG have published hundreds of  research papers in a variety of publications to influence policy and practice.

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Training Programs

SIG promotes research, training and education programs to train the next generation of researchers, including programs focused on underrepresented scientists.