Addressing the public health needs of Syrian refugees is a major challenge. Researchers at the Center for Refugee and Disaster Response are up for it.
Researchers found that mass treatment for trachoma in Tanzania increased antibiotic resistance.
Outreach workers and gun violence prevention experts collaborate on the Safe Streets project in Baltimore. The goal: saving lives.
Known for classy repasts at the august Johns Hopkins Club, the Tropical Medicine Dinner Club celebrates nonstandard—even off-putting—dinner conversation.
The door closes on more than a decade’s worth of research by a project that served as the “eyes and ears” of the Afghan health system.
Researchers find arsenic in chicken meat. No federal laws ban the addition of arsenical drugs to chicken feed.
How do you preserve 2.5 million priceless biological specimens? The new answer involves liquid nitrogen, cryogenic storage units and less electricity.
Surprisingly, the nations that have succeeded in eliminating malaria are still free of the parasitic disease.
A trio of seasoned leaders take the helms of three Bloomberg School departments.
Radiation-exposure issues abound but there are few public health experts available to confront them.
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