Supporting International Collaborations

  • SASH: Partnerships for the next generation of HIV social science in South Africa. This project builds on a partnership between the University of Cape Town (UCT) in South Africa and Brown University to enhance infrastructure and research investments at UCT’s School of Public Health and Family Medicine.  Key to these efforts are the training and mentoring of 2 cohorts of SASH fellows, young South African leaders who are learning to apply social science methods to better understand the HIV epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa. These investments will develop a new generation of rigorously trained HIV social scientists to address research questions of social science and public health importance, and to foster a culture of excellence in social science research on HIV/AIDS. This project is led by Lurie at Brown and Colvin, at UCT; other Brown faculty include Harrison, Kuo, Pellowski, McGarvey, Galarraga, Operario)
  • Brown Moi Partnership for Biostatistics Training in HIV. Expert statistical analysis is fundamental to generating high-quality research that ultimately informs evidence-based practices used to combat HIV in sub-Saharan Africa.  The training program will expand research and curricular capacity in HIV-related biostatistics and advanced quantitative methods at Moi University by providing graduate-level training in biostatistics at Brown and workshops and faculty 

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