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In collaboration with a team of developers at the Oxford Internet Institute, the IMPACT LGBT Health Program in the School of Medicine is involved in two projects: 1) we are developing a touchscreen social network interview for adolescents which is being deployed within a study of 1200 young men who have sex with men (YMSM) this fall; and 2) we have collected and are analyzing the topology and attributes of adolescent online social networks and how these networks relate to individual health behaviors and risk.

We are looking for an intern to work with on one or both of these projects. Interns can expect to assist in 1) front and backend development activities; beta-testing; maintenance of documentation; and/or 2) dissemination activities including conducting literature reviews, data analysis, co-authoring manuscripts.

Internships are unpaid but may be completed for school credit if available. Work study is also available for qualified individuals.

See their website for full information and application instructions.