Culturally focused HIV Advancements through the Next Generation for Equity (CHANGE) Training Program

The CHANGE Training Program is an interdisciplinary, innovative, and timely approach to train the next generation of HIV behavioral scientists with skills to address persistent health disparities in HIV treatment and prevention in Black, Latinx, and LGBTQ communities. Further, the program will train and support individuals to engage in immersive, community embedded research on Black, Latinx, and LGBTQ populations, and research at the interface of HIV and combating health disparities rooted in structural racism and other “isms” (e.g., homophobia, transphobia). The program is situated in the UM Department of Public Health Sciences (Miller School of Medicine) and Department of Psychology (College of Arts and Sciences), and is tied to the Center for HIV and Research in Mental Health (CHARM).

More information on program goals and components, leadership, mentors, and application process coming soon. 

To hear more about the CHANGE T32 Program, please attend our upcoming Kick-Off Event on May 11th at 12PM. 

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