CSHP doctoral student, Mika Baugh, was recently awarded the Doug Kirby Adolescent Sexual Health Research Grant from the Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention for her project titled "Barriers to Quality Sex Education for Blind and Low Vision Youth: Perspectives from Professionals in Blindness Education".
CSHP graduate student, Jessica King, took the initiative to create a Facebook support group for wives and partners of stroke survivors after noticing a need for a safe space for partners to express their feelings concerning adjustments in their sexual health.
CSHP doctoral student, Rossmary Márquez-Lameda recently publisihed a case study to SAGE Research Methods: Doing Research Online about Venezuelan migrant and refugee women in Peru.
CSHP faculty member, Dr. Molly Rosenberg, was one of five assistant professors at IU Bloomington to receive the 2022 IUB Outstanding Junior Faculty Award!
Dr. Deana Williams successfully defended her doctoral dissertation on December 10, 2021. Join us in congratulating Deana!
Many of the CSHP doctoral students have presented or plan to present research at various professional meetings. Join us in celebrating and supporting our students achievements!
A graduate-level course, SPH-R 550, offers graduate students a unique opportunity to learn about sexual health in the context of disability. We are excited that this course will fit nicely as an elective for the online Graduate Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health offered through the School of Public Health.
CSHP alumni, Dr. Kristen Mark, shares about her experiences at the Center, her exciting new career with Minnesota Medical School, projects she is most excited about and offers some great advice for prospective and current CSHP students.
Dr. Brandon Crawford shares with us about his career path, current research projects he is excited about, and some advice for students interested in a career in sexual and/or reproductive health research!
Dr. Brian Dodge, in collaboration with pioneering sexual and gender minority health researchers, has co-edited the first ever textbook focused specifically on LGBTQ health research methods.