Baltimore HIV Collaboratory

Data Analyst positions available for Doctoral students

A Data Analyst is needed for two projects: 1) the African Immigrant Women Safety and Health Risks study, a mixed methods study focusing on HIV risk and associated comorbidities among African immigrant women; 2) HIV risk behaviors of injection drug users in India. The responsibilities include: Quantitative and Qualitative data Analysis, literature reviews and preparation of reports. Must be a Doctoral student. The rate of pay is $20 per hour (5-15 hours per week). Please contact Bushra Sabri at

The Johns Hopkins CFAR is a university-wide consortium of investigators, clinicians and educators dedicated to combating the HIV pandemic by promoting transdisciplinary research and by training the next generation of HIV/AIDS researchers.

The CFAR’s Baltimore Collaboratory aims to reduce the burden of HIV in Baltimore by:

  • Promoting community linkages between Johns Hopkins researchers with HIV focused NGOs, the Baltimore City Health Department, and people affected with HIV/AIDS through the creation of forums to exchange data, information, and resources.
  • Identify, recruit, and train under-represented minority undergraduates, graduate students, fellows, and junior faculty in community-based HIV/AIDS research in Baltimore.
  • Facilitating the development of research skills among Baltimore-based, HIV focused nonprofit organizations as well as develop and expand research collaborations between JHU, nonprofits, and the Baltimore City Health Department.

Past Baltimore HIV Collaboratory Activities