Clearing The Way of Water
When it comes to water infrastructure, we all play a part in keeping things flowing.
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Our Academic Program Offerings
Our programs welcome those from within and outside the traditional boundaries of public health. Whether you're a future college graduate, a midcareer public health leader, or someone looking to make a career change, we have a program for you.
The Bloomberg School's new Writing Center pilot offers degree-seeking students at the Bloomberg School free, individual conferences on their writing with experienced tutors.
Fatbergs: Menaces to Public Works and Public Health
In underground pipes, fat, oil, and grease combine with wet wipes and other items that shouldn’t be flushed, causing hazardous sewer backups and costly removal projects.
Breaking the ‘XX Paradox’: Opportunities for Women in Global Health
Women are the driving force behind global health. They make up 70% of the global health workforce and 90% of frontline health workers, yet they hold only 25% of senior decision-making roles in the field. Why are women are not progressing into leadership roles?
Elizabeth Stuart Named Biostatistics Department Chair
An accomplished biostatistician, Stuart collaborates across areas that include mental health, substance use, gun violence prevention, and education.
How Human Challenge Trials Accelerate Vaccine Development
Vaccinated, intentionally infected, and sequestered in a hospital unit, volunteers help researchers fast-track promising vaccine candidates.
‘Forest Means Fear’: Tiger Attacks in the Sundarbans
Interviews with tiger attack survivors and the families of those who died in such attacks reveal the ripple effects of human-tiger interactions and the significant mental health toll they take.
Why Eli Lilly’s Insulin Price Cap Announcement Matters
Insulin manufacturer Eli Lilly follows the government’s lead with a $35 price cap. Will manufacturers follow suit?
Investigating Epidemics like COVID-19: An Analyst's Guide
Those curious about outbreaks and analysis and/or interested in a career detecting, investigating and/or analyzing data from outbreaks could benefit from this free, virtual course. The course uses audio, audiovisual, text, scenarios, and guided analytic practice to teach public health surveillance, outbreak response, and analysis of outbreak data.
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Master of Public Health
The Master of Public Health (MPH) is our most flexible degree. Students can tailor their degree to their unique goals while completing classes at their own pace on campus, fully online, or a mix of the two.
We are accepting applications for the online/part-time format starting in November 2023 or January 2024.
Join Us in Baltimore
Pursue a degree at the #1 school of public health in one of America's best cities. With 50+ museums, a bustling restaurant scene, gorgeous parks, and more, Baltimore is a great place to study and live.
Bloomberg students can put their education into practice with our partners in the community. SOURCE, the School's community engagement and service-learning center, connects students with 100+ community-based organizations.
Why Choose the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health?
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and Largest School of Public Health
Research Centers and Institutes
Alumni Living in over 160 Countries
Meet Our Faculty
Our faculty are world-renowned experts, and trusted advisers to our students, public health leaders, and the public.
Keshia Pollack Porter, PhD '06, MPH, uses research to advance policies that promote health equity, especially where people live, work, play, and travel.
Andres Vecino, MD, PhD '16, MSc, uses economics theory and methods to improve health systems in lower and middle-income countries with a focus on Latin America.
Catherine Lesko, PhD '15, MPH, researches clinical outcomes for persons with HIV, particularly as they relate to mental health, alcohol use and substance use.
Martin Stephens, PhD, promotes new methods of biomedical research and testing that are more relevant to human health than are traditional animal-based approaches.
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Our work is made possible in part by contributions from Bloomberg School donors.
Health Equity in Action
The Bloomberg School of Public Health is leading the path toward health equity through our 80+ Centers and Institutes dedicated to research that benefits marginalized and resource-poor communities.