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Hossein Zare, PhD, MS, researches health and racial disparities, income inequality, neighborhoods and violence, and hospital community benefits to improve health access.
Scott L. Zeger, PhD co-directs the Hopkins inHealth program, a university-wide collaboration to use medical data more intelligently to improve health outcomes and lower costs.
Yifan Zhang, MS ’20, provides biostatistics support for the Cerebral Fluid Center and biostatistical consultations to researchers at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions.
Ni Zhao, MS, MD, PhD, develops statistical and computational methodologies for analyzing large scale "omics" data generated from high throughput technologies, including metagenomics, genomics, and others.
Weiqiang Zhou, PhD, develops statistical and computational tools for integrative analysis of large-scale genomic data to study gene regulation in cancer and immune system.
Jiafeng Zhu, MS, works on frailty and resilience in older adults undertaking different stressors.
Linnea A. Zimmerman, PhD ’14, MPH, studies family planning and women's reproductive health, evaluates use and barriers to critical maternal and newborn health interventions.
Barry Zirkin, PhD, is a reproductive biologist who conducts mechanistic studies of testosterone production in aging Leydig cells of the mammalian testis.