Innovations Award

The Innovations Award 
is part of the Innovations in Behavioral and Social Health2015 Innovations Award winner Professor Abigail Harrison2015 Innovations Award winner Professor Abigail Harrison Sciences (i-BSHS) Lecture S
eries. This award is an opportunity for Brown University
School of Public Health 
faculty to share work and gain recognition for new and innovative science or public health practice in the behavioral and social health sciences.

Any Brown University faculty member with a primary or secondary appointment in the Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences, or group of faculty members affiliated with the Brown University School of Public Health, may be nominated for this award. Any eligible faculty member, or group of full-time members, may propose themselves for this award. Adjunct faculty members are NOT eligible for this award.

Innovations Award recipients will receive $500 for their research fund account and will present their research at an upcoming i-BSHS lecture.

Please see complete details and application below.

Innovations Award Winners

Professor Abigail Harrison
"Engaging Adolescent Girls in Community-based HIV Prevention in South Africa"
Professor Rochelle Rosen
"In Vivo Panel Text Collection: A Novel Method for mHealth Intervention Development"