Researchers : Education and Training

Education and Training

PhD Program in Prevention Science and Community Health

The PhD Program in Prevention Science and Community Health at the University of Miami trains students with the necessary expertise and interdisciplinary background to contribute to the future of prevention and community health research. Post-doctoral fellows and faculty seeking to develop, adapt and translate effective HIV preventive intervention into community practice should consider this program. Learn more about the program here.


Through the Miami Center For Aids Research (CFAR) mentoring is available to junior faculty, fellows and students on study design, grant writing, pre and post grant activities, recruitment strategies, IRB submissions, etc. Learn more about the program and initiate a request for a mentor here.

Translational Training

The Miami Clinical &Translational Science Institute (CTSI) offers a wide range of interdisciplinary clinical and translational research education, training, career development, and mentoring opportunities that include seminars, grant writing courses and other graduate courses. Learn more here.