Prospective Training Scholars
Columbia University’s HISTP is looking for promising new scientists from underrepresented groups who are building HIV-related research programs focusing on dissemination and implementation.
Dissemination and Implementation
There is an urgent need to increase dissemination and implementation (D&I) research to ensure that effective HIV prevention interventions are delivered to the communities that need them; a new generation of HIV researchers needs to be trained to conduct such research to make a major impact in reducing new HIV infections, particularly among communities of color.
HISTP Training Scholar Benefits
- Two years of support via innovative dual mentorship structure
- Monthly training seminars and workshops
- Pilot study funding
- Support to attend conferences
- Biannual week-long intensive training institutes
- Grantwriting assistance (peer review, production support)
- Access to the HISTP’s library of grants, protocols, instruments, articles, presentations, etc.
HISTP is innovative in its focus on studying the best approaches to mentoring underrepresented investigators. Another unique aspect is the use of technology, including distance mentoring via a web-based interface. Training Scholars are able to participate in the program from their respective institutions.
We are recruiting junior faculty from across the United States. HISTP training Scholars can stay in their respective universities.