Wildfires and Air Quality
Join live on Friday, June 9 from 11 a.m.-11:45 a.m. EDT as Johns Hopkins University experts discuss air quality concerns stemming from wildfires—including those currently burning in Canada and blanketing much of the eastern U.S. in smoke and haze—their health impact, and how to combat them in the future.
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.
Our 2023 convocation ceremony on Wednesday, May 24 honored students with conferral dates in August 2022, December 2022, and May 2023. We are thrilled to welcome the graduates to our global family of Bloomberg School alumni.
Summer Institutes 2023
Designed for busy working professionals and students, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Summer Institutes allow you to complete credit or non-credit courses in a short period of time.
New Report Highlights U.S. 2021 Gun-Related Deaths: For Second Straight Year, U.S. Firearm Fatalities Reached Record Highs
CDC data for 2021 firearm fatalities show Black people at greatest risk for gun homicide; guns remain leading cause of death for children and teens ages 1–19 and young adults under 25
Yes, You Should Ask If Someone Has Guns in the Home. Here’s How.
1 in 3 children in the U.S. live in a home with at least one firearm. We can save lives by normalizing conversations about guns in the home and how they’re stored.
Locked and UN-loaded: The Importance of Safe and Secure Firearm Storage
Safely and securely storing firearms can reduce gun injuries and deaths, and is a practice supported by researchers, health care professionals, and gun owners alike.
Class of 2023: Largest Class of Students Graduates from Bloomberg School of Public Health
Bloomberg School Alumnus Raj Panjabi, White House health adviser and global health entrepreneur, joined Dean Ellen J. MacKenzie and student and faculty speakers at the Homewood Field ceremony
Abortion Restrictions and the Threat to Women’s Health
Almost a year since Roe v. Wade was overturned, escalating efforts to restrict abortion access pose threats to women, physicians, and health equity.
The Chemistry of Mosquito Attraction
Using an outdoor testing arena in Zambia, researchers are hoping to use new discoveries about mosquitoes' attraction to human scent to develop malaria interventions.
Summit on Workplace Mental Health and Wellbeing
Join us on June 27 for a discussion led by experts from both JHU and outside institutions about workplace mental health in academia. This summit will address the psychosocial factors, organizational conditions, and environmental exposures that impact employee mental health and wellbeing.
The New Infectious Disease Strategies
The theme of the spring/summer issue’s special section is infectious disease, a field that demands more than “safe, small-minded science.” Plus: the vexing mysteries of long COVID, xylazine and the new overdose crisis, firearm forensics in the courtroom, and protecting mental health in Ukraine.
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Meet Our Faculty
Our faculty are world-renowned experts, and trusted advisers to our students, public health leaders, and the public.
Maria Deloria Knoll, PhD ’00, is an epidemiologist who conducts policy-driven studies and evidence synthesis evaluating vaccine performace and vaccine-preventable diseases.
Roger Peng, PhD, MS, develops data science and machine learning approaches to studying how the indoor and outdoor environment affects human health.
Carl Latkin, PhD, conducts biobehavioral interventions for disadvantaged communities, with a focus on social networks, substance use, infectious diseases, and mental health.
Radhika Raghunathan, MSPH '16, PhD '20, examines multilevel and longitudinal processes influencing children’s social, emotional, and behavioral well-being, and antecedents of mental health disorders.
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