The Johns Hopkins HIV Epidemiology and Prevention Sciences Training Program is seeking post-doctoral candidates for advanced training in HIV epidemiology and prevention sciences.
The program combines scholarly training in the Department of Epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and collaborative research experiences with top investigators in HIV epidemiology, clinical, and prevention research. Qualified post-doctoral applicants include graduates from PhD programs in epidemiology, social and behavioral sciences, medicine or related discipline, and physicians with clinical training. Post-doctoral trainees must be formally enrolled at BSPH in the Department of Epidemiology.
The training program has three areas of focus:
- HIV Epidemiology and Implementation Science Methods
- HIV Clinical Epidemiology and Laboratory Sciences
- HIV Prevention Sciences
The program faculty spans a wide range of disciplines with strong collaborations across public health and medicine with expertise in HIV, clinical, laboratory and prevention sciences and the program draws on the strength and diversity of the JHU Center for AIDS Research (CFAR).
Tuition and stipend funding for post-doctoral trainees is available for one to two years through an NIH training program for US citizens or permanent residents.
Please contact the Program Administrator, Kristin Hunt, email@example.com for more information.