The principal goals of the program are to provide systematic training in human sexuality research as applied to HIV primary prevention, secondary prevention, and mental health issues related to HIV transmission and infection; research methodologies and statistical analysis relevant to human sexuality research in HIV prevention and mental health; and the conduct of original research including preparation of publications and acquisition of grant support, to prepare graduates for the assumption of independent research careers. Best suited for these positions are applicants with interdisciplinary research interests and appropriate research training in psychology or related behavioral and social sciences. The program also accepts applications from persons with medical training. Applicants must have obtained their doctoral degree (Ph.D., M.D. or other) by the time of their appointment.
Application deadline is commonly in January. Visit funder website for more information.
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Citizenship: U.S. Citizen