Social and Behavioral Sciences Division

The mission of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS) Division is to promote training and research that is focused on: 

(1) understanding the psychosocial, behavioral, community, and societal influences on health in the general population, including those who are disadvantaged; and 

(2) creating multilevel interventions that eliminate barriers to health, from infancy to old age.

The SBS Division, which takes an interdisciplinary approach to addressing health problems, is the conceptual successor to Yale School of Medicine’s former Institute of Human Relations, which was founded in 1929.

SBS Students Share Their Research Experience

 

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From Singapore to Oxford to Yale

A native of Singapore, Reuben Ng is the first person from his country to receive an International Fulbright Science and Technology Award, which funds three years of study in the PhD program.

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Students assess the state’s ability to meet HIV-related needs for people over 50

Due to the longer survival afforded by antiretroviral therapy and high rates of new infections among people over age 50, senior service agencies in Connecticut have more clients than ever living with or at risk for HIV.

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