New JHU Expert Briefing on Monkeypox
Bloomberg School faculty including Amesh Adalja, MD, and Bill Moss, MD, MPH, joined other JHU faculty to discuss the prevention and treatment of monkeypox, how it’s transmitted, reducing stigma around outbreaks, and the availability and distribution of monkeypox vaccines.
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Johns Hopkins Offers New Free Virtual Course on Infectious Disease Transmission Models for Decision Makers
The course is intended for professionals and practitioners who make decisions about public health policies, and aims to make them informed consumers of infectious disease models.
The Supreme Court’s Ruling will have consequences for climate change, but change is still possible at the local level.
The public health system has been fragmented and haphazard for years, and COVID-19 showed just how consequential a weak system can be.
Johns Hopkins University Appoints Donald Warne Co-Director of the Bloomberg School’s Center for American Indian Health and Provost Fellow for Indigenous Policy
Warne, a member of the Oglala Lakota tribe from Pine Ridge, SD, is an acclaimed physician and public health researcher of chronic disease inequities.
Journal Special Issue Offers Evidence and Guidance Supporting National PrEP Program to Turn Tide on HIV
Special issue includes research and commentary addressing important considerations for national PrEP program that would lower prices and expand access.
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Our searchable COVID-19 Q&A database has a wealth of general information about coronaviruses, variants, prevention, immunity, and more.
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Sachini Bandara, PhD ’18, MS, studies how public health policies can improve wellbeing for people who use drugs, have mental illness, or are involved in the carceral system.
Nicholas Ialongo, PhD, is a prevention science researcher who conducts large-scale studies on child mental health, developmental psychopathology, violence prevention, and more.
Tamar Mendelson, PhD, MA, addresses the development, evaluation & dissemination of prevention strategies to improve adolescence mental health in underserved urban populations.
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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