NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
HISTP Scholar Dr. Terrinieka Powell Featured in the Fall 2016 Issue of Hopkins’ Public Health Magazine
2015 Spring Training Institute
The HIV Intervention Science Training Program for Promising New Investigators from Underrepresented Groups (HISTP) aims to increase the number of scientists from underrepresented groups conducting HIV-related dissemination and implementation (D&I) research.
The training program employs a multidisciplinary set of training activities and a number of dedicated, interdisciplinary mentors who will work with junior investigators from underrepresented groups recruited from Columbia University and other universities around the U.S. Via an innovative gamut of multidisciplinary training activities and a number of dedicated, interdisciplinary mentors, the training program will facilitate the growth and development of a new cadre of researchers from underrepresented groups who will conduct dissemination and implementation research on interventions targeting HIV and co-morbid mental health issues to ensure that effective prevention and treatment programs reach underserved HIV vulnerable populations.
The HISTP is funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), grant #R25MH080665.