Dedicated to Improving the health equity of HispanicsThe NHSN, in partnership with the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), has worked tirelessly to make significant advances in the field of drug abuse research.
2023 NHSN ConferenceThe 23rd Annual NHSN Conference "Deconstructing Hispanic Health Inequities: Translating Science in an Evolving Landscape"
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NHSN NewsAngela Bazzi receives NIDA funded R01 award for her study “SAIA-PrEP: a systems analysis and improvement approach to optimize PrEP implementation in syringe service programs”
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The National Hispanic Science Network (NHSN) is a 501 c(3) organization that is dedicated to addressing and reducing health disparities affecting U.S. Latino communities. Through conscious, dedicated, and collaborative efforts we are creating a mentoring network to foster the career development of Latino scientists who are underrepresented in the scientific workforce pipeline.
What we do
The NHSN supports a broad scientific focus to support research that addresses health disparities to improve the health equity of Hispanics. In addition, the organization provides opportunities to members of all career levels. Through mentorship, funding resources, career development, and training programs, the NHSN offers a rich environment for nurturing the next generation of researchers who will respond to current and emerging health and behavioral health issues facing their communities.
Early Career Scientists
trained since 2002
+ early career scientists
presentations since 2001
“I was able to interact with Hispanic scientists who are at the top of our field, and more importantly, the encouragement and advice that I received from members within NHSN have played a vital role in my development and identity as a scientist.”
Xavier University of Lousiana
Department of Psychology