The University of Washington Department of Global Health and the Centers for AIDS and STD are pleased to announce that the 29th Annual Principles of STI/HIV Research and Public Health Practice Course will again be virtual! This online format will provide new and exciting opportunities to engage with colleagues and experts in the field of STI/HIV.
The course will be Monday-Friday from July 19-August 6 for half-day sessions everyday (7am-11am US West Coast / 10am-2pm US East Coast / 5pm-9pm East Africa).
Applications for the virtual course are now open.
Please join us for 3 weeks of cross-disciplinary training in STI and HIV research and public health practice using teaching pedagogy tailored to the virtual environment
State-of-the-art training to develop strategies to End the HIV Epidemic and achieve PEPFAR priorities
Cutting-edge content delivered by US and global expert faculty lecturers
Opportunities to build networks with faculty and student colleagues
Virtual field trips to global health, community-based, and public health organizations in Seattle
In this course, you will gain a practically-oriented overview of the latest in behavioral, clinical, epidemiological, statistical, operational, and pathogenesis research in STI and HIV. This is a unique opportunity for graduate students, trainees, and early career STI/HIV researchers to learn from and network with expert faculty and colleagues from around the world through lectures, interactive learning sessions, and virtual field trips.
For detailed course information, online application, and payment information, please visit the course website.