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Your gift can help drive the Bloomberg School's mission by supporting our research, practice, and educational initiatives that save lives by the millions. Donors like you help us train tomorrow's public health leaders, enable faculty to make new ideas a reality, and energize research centers working to solve the toughest causes of death, injury, and disease.

Below are some of the ways a gift to the Bloomberg School can help. If you would like to designate your gift to a specific campaign, please learn more about designating your gift.

People, Education, and Training

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McMacken Annual Lecture Highlights Data and Community

Data-driven scientists and students remember BMB biochemist Roger McMacken who nurtured courageous research by creating a home for data truth-seekers.


Four women stand together smiling: Melissa McMacken, Michelle McMacken, and Marisol Renner, and their mother Maria McMacken

Roger McMacken's wife, Maria (far right) and their daughters (left to right) Melissa McMacken, Michelle McMacken, and Marisol Renner, joined the BMB Department for the inaugural McMacken Lecture.

Science, Innovation, and Evidence

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State-of-the-Art Equipment Catalyzes Public Health Science

New instruments provide the Bloomberg School’s Becton Dickinson Immunology and Flow Cytometry Laboratory with powerful capacity to advance the study of immunology and the treatment of major human diseases.

Full group at BD celebration event in March 2022

Group gathered at event celebrating BD's gift of new equipment to Bloomberg School

Advocacy, Community, and Practice

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How South Korea’s Public Health System Rose from the Rubble of War

DrPH alumna Joung-Soon Kim helped lead the development of her country’s public health system, which ranks among the most efficient in the world

Dr. Kim's high school classmates and teacher in refugee camp in 1953 (Dr. Kim is not pictured)

Dr. Kim's high school classmates with their teacher in a Busan, Korean, camp in 1953 (Dr. Kim is not pictured)

Microscopic cells of covid-19

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Your gift ensures that our world-class scientists and thought leaders can rapidly coordinate the response for emerging public health challenges like the COVID-19 pandemic.