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Explore the latest public health research and insights about Technology and Innovation.

Thomas Hartung looking at samples on dishes

Could future computers run on human brain cells?

Johns Hopkins researchers tout the promise of 'organoid intelligence,' which could one-day yield computers that are faster, more efficient, and more powerful than silicon-based computing and AI

Technology and Innovation Faculty

Looking for prominent public health experts in the field of Technology and Innovation? They’re here at the Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Alain Labrique
International Health

Alain Labrique, PhD '07, MHS '99, MS, is an infectious disease epidemiologist who leverages digital innovations to solve public health problems in resource-limited settings.

Christopher Heaney
Associate Professor
Environmental Health and Engineering

Christopher Heaney, PhD, MS, and his team, developed a saliva-based test that accurately detects the presence of antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 from small samples of saliva.