Global Disease Epidemiology and Control
The Global Disease Epidemiology and Control (GDEC) program is represented by faculty members actively involved in the pursuit of improved techniques for prevention of morbidity and mortality caused by diseases affecting disadvantaged populations.
Research activities include phases I, II, and III clinical trials, community trials, epidemiological studies, and disease surveillance activities, supported by laboratory studies as appropriate. Most faculty members have field experience in developing countries, contribute to the development of policy regarding control of important diseases, and have worked in collaboration with international agencies and developing-country institutions and scientists.
The GDEC Program trains students to be future leaders in identifying disease etiologies, and in the design, implementation, and evaluation of biomedical interventions to prevent, mitigate, or treat diseases of global public health importance.
Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) in Global Disease Epidemiology and Control
The Global Disease Epidemiology and Control MSPH program trains students to use epidemiologic and biostatistical methods to design, implement, and evaluate disease control interventions.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Global Disease Epidemiology and Control
The Global Disease Epidemiology and Control PhD program prepares students to be leaders in global health using epidemiological, immunological, laboratorial, and statistical methods.
Johns Hopkins Vaccine Initiative (JHVI): Promoting collaborative and interdisciplinary vaccine research, education, and implementation efforts to improve health worldwide.
Institute for Vaccine Safety: Providing an independent assessment of vaccines and vaccine safety