Chipping Away at Malaria
Speeding the search for new antimalarials: Alan Scott helps invent the malaria GeneChip
A Global Health Snapshot
Why Are 10 Million Children Dying?
Matters of the Heart
Does coronary artery bypass grafting surgery (CABG) lead to long-term cognitive decline?
Joining Forces for Health
Coming soon to a computer, a television and a world economic forum near you: the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Making History by Shaping the Future
The Hopkins Sommer Scholars program will support up to 15 new master’s students and up to 15 new doctoral students each year
Health on Wheels
The Hopkins CARES Mobile Safety Center takes its act on the road
News to Live By
Research from the Bloomberg School
A Major That Matters
In 2004, 12.8 percent of Arts & Sciences’ graduating seniors majored in public health.
Tap into KnowledgeNET
For School alumni, a wealth of knowledge is just a few clicks away at the new alumni virtual library of Johns Hopkins University.
"Poster Child" for the Internet MPH
When Brant Goode applied to be an Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) officer in 1995, he didn’t expect to be accepted. “I thought, what the heck? They can only say no. And they did.”