PhD in Social Network Translational Research at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine

The Prevention Science and Community Health Division at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine is accepting applications for a doctoral student with an interest and experience in social network analysis.  This doctoral student will join a dynamic and interdisciplinary team working on NIH-funded social network translational studies focusing on Latino HIV prevention and drug use. 

The PhD in Prevention Science and Community Health prepares students with the necessary expertise and interdisciplinary background to contribute to 21st century prevention and community health research. Students are trained in both established and innovative areas of prevention science. These include etiology, intervention design and evaluation, innovative data collection and analyses, community-based participatory research, and implementation science.

Our faculty are experts in cultural diversity and health disparities. They are focused on acculturation; cultural predictors of health disparities; and efficacious methods, strategies, and programs for reducing health disparities locally, nationally, and internationally. Faculty research includes multiple disease outcomes and populations. Outcomes include substance use, HIV, cancer, diabetes, obesity, and depression. Populations of interest include Hispanic families, Haitian American women, men who have sex with men, and male couples.

See link below for further details and how to apply.

For more information, please email Dr. Schwartz at [log in to unmask] and include in the subject “PhD in Social Network Translational Studies.”