Become a Research Assistant working on Latino health in Baltimore City

Dr. Nalini Negi's research focuses on Spanish-language health access and factors affecting the health and well-being of Latino day laborers in Baltimore City. First year MSW students are encouraged to join her research team this term and stay on for the next school year. Summer work is an option. Work Study compensation is available. Ideal applicants would have strong interest in research, project management skills and general knowledge of qualitative and quantitative research methods. Spanish proficiency is preferable. This is a great opportunity to join an exciting and challenging research team working on Latino immigrant health in the city. Send resumes to nnegi@ssw.umaryland.edu.

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