We need more than our current one-size-fits-all approach to ensure adequate protection for people who don't mount a robust immune response.
The bill has enormous potential to improve equity—if communities themselves have a say in how it’s implemented.
Johns Hopkins Launches Free Virtual Course to Train “Ambassadors” to Talk to Parents About COVID Vaccines for Children
The goal of the course is to empower more people to communicate with parents in the U.S. who have concerns about vaccinating their children, despite the availability of safe, effective, and free COVID-19 vaccines for children ages five and up.
Going into 2022, what should the next phase of our COVID strategy look like? Emily Gurley believes the focus should shift from avoiding infection to preventing hospitalizations and deaths.
Mouse Study Led by Bloomberg School Researchers Identifies Bacterial Protein Associated with Colorectal Cancers
The discovery raises the possibility that some of the roughly two million new cases of colorectal cancer every year around the world originate from brief and seemingly mild food-poisoning events.
COVID Vaccine Ambassador Training: How To Talk With Parents About COVID Vaccines For Children
The Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, in partnership with the Johns Hopkins Consortium for School-Based Health Solutions, is offering a free 2-hour online course to prepare parents of school-age children, PTAs, community members, and school staff to be Vaccine Ambassadors for children.
Bridging Faith and Science to Combat the Overdose Crisis Series
On Tuesday, February 1, hear President Bill Clinton, Dr. Chinazo Cunningham, Patrick J. Kennedy, Rabbi Arthur Schneier, and other leaders, discuss how the faith and public health communities can take action on the overdose crisis.
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Tara Kirk Sell, PhD '16, MA, uses research to improve preparedness and response to pandemics and disasters. She is also an Olympic silver medalist.
Gary Ketner, PhD, finds viruses utterly fascinating and sees them as powerful tools in providing immunity against pathogens such as malaria and even other viruses.
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