Joint Doctoral Programs (SDSU/UCSD) & Master of Advanced Studies in Clinical Research (UCSD)
For any of the three (3) Joint Doctoral Programs in Public Health (SDSU/UCSD) or the Master of Advanced Studies in Clinical Research our faculty members are available to work with students on a variety of short-and long-term projects for dissertation and independent projects. Please visit the links below to see a listing of our current projects and how to contact project coordinators or faculty associated with those projects.
The Center for Community Health offers internships for MPH students enrolled at the Graduate School of Public Health, San Diego State University. Internships for these students are posted when available to the following website:
Hispanic-Serving Health Professions Schools
Training program for Hispanic graduate students to provide mentored research experiences in HIV/AIDS in the San Diego-Tijuana US-Mexico Border region. The intended impact is to prepare the next generation of researchers to provide health care for and conduct research with Latino populations, especially those living in a US-Mexico border context. The HSHPS training program was instituted at UCSD beginning in 2007, and is currently in its fifth year. Fellows commit to a 6 month training program, and are paired with a UCSD mentor with whom they will plan a research project. This program allows fellows to have interactions with Mexican Fellows, academicians, and health professionals.
Director: María Luisa Zúñiga, Ph.D.
Contact: Justine Kozo, M.P.H. 619-243-5103