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T32 Fellow Tara McCrimmon reflects on her experience at AIDS 2022.

T32 Fellow Dr. Christina Maria Aivadyan defended her dissertation on adolescents, HIV testing, and confidentiality.

Presenters and scholars addressed inequities in HIV through technology, implementation science, community-engaged research, and big data science at the HISTP 2022 Summer Institute.

Dr. Anindita Dasgupta shares five key strategies to turn the tides on reproductive injustice.

Associate research scientist Dr. Dasgupta shares what to expect when we are expecting the worst: Abortion and the ramifications of overturning Roe v Wade. 

Two SIG staff reflect on what Pride means to them, both in their lives and work, in the first of three in a series to commemorate June's Pride month.

SIG and CSSW graduate Yong Gun (YG) Lee reflects on Pride in the second of three in a series to commemorate June's Pride month.

Eight students who worked for SIG projects ranging from the overdose epidemic to expanding the field of social work globally graduated from the Columbia School of Social Work this year. Congratulations!

The Social Intervention Group remembers the remarkable restorative justice activist Dr. Kathy Boudin.

Dr. Slavin will use her K01 award to address substance use disorders and unmet need for contraception among womxn involved in criminal legal systems.

Two new publications examine the role of financial dependence on intimate partner violence among Syrian women refugees and secondary traumatic stress among service providers in the Syrian refugee crisis.

 

In addition to celebrating and uplifting often under-recognized contributions of Black scientists and individuals to research, SIG wishes to acknowledge problematic issues in research, both historic and contemporary.

In a three-part series, the staff at SIG share the contributions of Black researchers, scientists, and health care workers both historically and contemporarily (“making history”) and acknowledge ongoing issues in research.

The F31 grant is entitled "Understanding typologies of IPV and access to services among drug-involved Black women with criminal-legal involvement who have sex with women and men."

In a three-part series, the staff at SIG share the contributions of Black researchers, scientists, and health care workers both historically and contemporarily (“making history”) and acknowledge ongoing issues in research.