About the Institute for Community Health Promotion
One of 11 active, nationally renowned research centers within Brown’s School of Public Health, the Institute for Community Health Promotion conducts interdisciplinary, empirical research to promote healthier behaviors and environments. Our overarching topical strengths are in the areas of HIV primary and secondary prevention, global public health, LGBT health, substance addiction treatment, obesity, smoking, exercise and nutrition, and behavioral medicine.
Our people have collective expertise in intervention development and testing, clinical trials, epidemiologic methods, advanced biostatistics, qualitative research, and program evaluation. We maintain strong collaborative relationships with a wide array of hospitals, community service organizations, and worksites, as well as with major funding institutions.
ICHP faculty mentor and train undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral students, as well as clinical and research post-doctoral fellows. We actively pursue and receive grants from a variety of funding sources, including but not limited to the AmFAR Foundation for AIDS Research, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Harvard University Center for AIDS Research, the Lifespan/Tufts/Brown Center for AIDS Research, MAC AIDS Fund, National Institutes of Health, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Tufts Health Plan Foundation.
To improve health, especially in underserved populations, by conducting interdisciplinary research and education to empower individuals, providers, organizations, and communities to practice and promote healthier behaviors and environments.
Monday, December 7, 2015
121 South Main Street, Room 245
Transgender Stigma and Health: Social Determinants, Mechanisms and Implications for Intervention
Jaclyn White Hughto, MPH
Postdoc position available!
ICHP invites applications for a Postdoctoral Research Associate in HIV Epidemiology. The Postdoctoral Associate will work as part of a multidisciplinary team engaged in a domestic and global public health research program led by Dr. Matthew Mimiaga. The Postdoctoral Research Associate will help with conducting epidemiological studies of HIV in at-risk populations and will help use these data to inform the development of primary and secondary HIV prevention interventions. The Postdoctoral Research Associate will be eligible for two years of salary (competitive) support through NIH grant funding. Ideal applicants are those who plan to transition to an academic position (research and teaching) following his/her work as an Associate. More information here.
ICHP is recruiting new investigators for a mentoring program in clinical, behavioral and community engaged research related to HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C and other infectious diseases. This program trains new investigators from racial and ethnic groups historically underrepresented in the sciences, particularly African Americans and Hispanics, in clinical, behavioral and community-based research. More information here.