Injury Prevention Law Project
The Injury Prevention law Project provides opportunities for MPH/JD degree candidates to work with faculty of the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy to conduct legal and policy research and assist in the translation of research findings into legal interventions.
Possible topic areas include transportation safety, violence prevention, opioid policy, home safety, occupational injuries, and others. Projects may qualify for capstone or practicum credits.
Please contact Prof. Jon Vernick (email@example.com) for more information.