Internship Opportunities at the NYSDOH AIDS Institute
Learn more on July 30 from 12-1 p.m. ET via Zoom about Fall 2021 internship opportunities at the NYSDOH AIDS Institute.
Please join faculty from UAlbany and the NYSDOH AIDS Institute for a "brown bag" session to learn more about CCHRPPs Fall internships. Internships available will focus on the impact of Covid-19, HIV service delivery, and HCV/drug user health. Feel free to bring a "brown bag" lunch to this virtual session.
On July 30, you can join the session using this link: https://albany.zoom.us/j/93984379930
The Center for Collaborative HIV Research in Practice and Policy (CCHRPP), based at UAlbany, leverages unique partnerships to expand collaborations to address social justice and public health challenges of persons at risk for or living with HIV and related diseases. You can learn more about CCHRPP here.
The AIDS Institute is committed to eliminating new infections, improving the health and well-being of persons living with HIV, AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases and viral hepatitis, and improving LGBT and drug user health. You can learn more about the AIDS Institute here.
Here's what past AIDS Institute Interns had to say about their internship experiences:
“The internship at the AIDS Institute OPER was a great experience. I fostered my knowledge in data analyses using ArcGIS and SAS. I also learned new methods of statistical analyses (notably survey data analyses) that increased my readiness to work in public health. What I appreciated the most of my experience is the atmosphere that the director created: friendly and respectful. Everyone at OPER was treated equally no matter the demographic characteristics and employment status; interns were given the entire responsibility for big projects (under supervision), which strengthened confidence and built experience. Overall I would recommend that internship to everyone.” - Maxime F., PhD Student, Research Support Specialist, AIDS Institute Office of Program Evaluation and Research
“This internship gave me priceless experience working with ‘real data’ to hone and apply the theoretical knowledge obtained during my study at UAlbany. Some novel strategies for prevention, care, treatment and outbreak response are utilized at the AIDS Institute. My internship experience will give new thoughts and approaches to improving research and public health measures in my home country.” - Aizhan K., MS Student, AIDS Institute Bureau of HIV and AIDS Epidemiology
“I had an incredible experience during my time with the Medical Marijuana Program. Everyone was very welcoming and very willing to teach me about the program. I learned a great deal about health policy, NY's legislative process, the impact that cannabis prohibition has had on certain communities, and more. The internship also improved my writing, time management, and collaboration skills and helped me define my public health interests.” - Isabella S., MPH student, AIDS Institute Medical Marijuana Program