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Modeling the cost-effectiveness of a crowdsourced intervention to prevent HIV transmission among Chinese gay men

Modeling the cost-effectiveness of a crowdsourced intervention to prevent HIV transmission among Chinese gay men

  • HIV/AIDS mentor: Tucker, Joseph D

The overall purpose of this project is to estimate the cost-effectiveness of a crowdsourced intervention to prevent HIV transmission among Chinese gay men. This individual would work as part of our Social Entrepreneurship for Sexual Health (SESH) team (more details here: www.seshglobal.org) to develop a model estimating the impact of a crowdsourced intervention on HIV transmission.

Expectations for intern

The intern would be expected to start reading and preparing in January 2019 and result in a peer reviewed manuscript (with the input of the intern dependent on their skills and background).

Special Features

This position is at Imperial College in London (with mentorship from Dr. Kate Mitchell) in partnership with our UNC Chapel Hill team. There are funds for travel to London if the intern has a strong background and commitment.