ID Training Grant

This NIH-funded T32 Training Grant in the Division of Infectious Diseases,  the Columbia Integrated Training Program in Infectious Disease Research, is dedicated to supporting research training of fellows in their second and third years. Drs. Anne-Catrin Uhlemann and Magda Sobieszczyk serve as the PIs of this training grant.

This interdisciplinary training grant is designed to provide the fellows with the necessary skillset to successfully pursue translational research whether it is primarily basic, implementation science or clinical/epidemiological. The objective is to train physician scientists and public health leaders who integrate new technologies such as genomics, epidemiology, implementation science and biomedical informatics into their research. The training opportunities are augmented by mentorship by faculty members in the division and other schools and departments across the university. to augment their research, fellows frequently take classes, or pursue a masters,  at the Mailman School of Public Health.

The Training Grant areas of focus and faculty mentors include:

Our fellows are also able to take advantage of mentored research opportunities through the following training grants available at the institution.

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Behavioral Sciences Research in HIV Infection

A postdoctoral research training program that provides intensive training in human sexuality research as applied to HIV prevention and HIV-related health interventions. The major components of our program are academic course work, the development of research and professional skills, and the conduct of independent research.

Global HIV Implementation Science Research Training Fellowship

This training grant prepares pre- and postdoctoral individuals for careers as independently-funded researchers and for leadership in global HIV implementation research.