Minority Health and Health Disparities International Research Training (MHIRT)

University of Southern California

  • $0

  • May 31 2016

  • Not released yet

  • College junior - College senior

  • Stipend

Description

Home > Latino Mental Health Research Training Program > USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences Dr. Steven Lopez at USC_Сйs Department of Psychology, Dr. Carmen Lara at the BenemХ©rita Universidad AutХ_noma de Puebla (BUAP) in MХ©xico, and colleagues at USC, UCLA, California State University at San Bernardino, and University of Oregon have established an 11-week summer research training program designed to prepare undergraduate and graduate level researchers to address disparities in mental health care of U.S. Latinos with serious mental illness.л_The specific aims of our National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) funded MHIRT program are: 1) л_To recruit the very best young researchers from groups with significant health disparities, particularly Latinos. 2) л_To help the trainees develop the research and professional skills to reduce and eliminate mental health disparities for Latinos. 3) л_To increase the number of researchers from communities with significant health disparities who receive research oriented doctoral degrees.

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Location

Los Angeles, California

Starts

May 31 2016

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Stipend

Grade Levels

College junior / College senior

Last Updated on

December 24 2019

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Start Date

May 31 2016

End Date

August 13 2016

Deadline Date

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Session

No multiple sessions
Categories

Humanities and Social Studies

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