Training

The Center for the Psychosocial Study of Health & Illness provides extensive opportunities for student training as part of the ongoing research conducted by Center faculty.  This includes opportunities for doctoral students, practicum students, and student interns to work on their research projects and participate in the development of grant applications.  At the Center they gain hands-on experience in participant recruitment, qualitative interviewing, qualitative and quantitative research data analysis, and research report writing study for publication.

Recent Post-Doctoral Fellows

Martin J. Downing, Jr., Ph.D. (now at Public Health Solutions)

Current Doctoral Students

Nadav Antebi-Gruszka (Ph.D. Student in SMS/Psychology)
José E. Diaz (Ph.D. student in SMS/Psychology)
Jessica Jaiswal (Ph.D. student in SMS/Sociology)

Current and Recent Practicum/Internship Students

Chidera Agu (MPH/MSW student, Dept of Sociomedical Sciences & Social Work)
Alexandra Caccamo (MPH student, Dept of Sociomedical Sciences)
Michael Cecilio (MPH student, Dept of Population and Family Health)
Noora Majid  (MPH student, Dept of Sociomedical Sciences)
Nicholas Romano (MPH student, Dept of Sociomedical Sciences)
Nayoung Woo (MPH student, Dept of Sociomedical Sciences)