JHU JUNIORS—We are accepting applications for the Bachelors/MHS program in Mental Health! JHU undergraduate students have the unique opportunity to seek early admission to the Master of Health Science (MHS) […]
For PHS students only: In anticipation of their 20th anniversary edition, Epidemic Proportions, the Public Health undergraduate journal at Johns Hopkins, is collecting information from public health undergraduate students on […]
Epidemic Proportions, the only Undergraduate Public Health journal at Johns Hopkins, is looking for interested authors to write for the next edition. If you are interested in sharing about any […]
The Public Health Studies Program sent the Spring semester recap newsletter on June 8! Missed it? Please view our Spring 2023 edition and let us know if there’s anything you think we […]
In case you missed it in April, an opinion piece and interview with GTF instructor Laura Kroart appeared in the Hopkins Insider, written by our PHS graduate, Shanelle Quinn. Read […]
The Undergraduate Program in Public Health Studies invites doctoral students in the Bloomberg School of Public Health to apply to teach on the Homewood campus as part of the Gordis […]
Each year, the Public Health Studies Program recognizes a faculty member, nominated by students, for outstanding teaching in public health. This year, PHS is proud to recognize Peter Winch, MD, […]
Each independent research project below was conducted under the mentorship of a JHU faculty member while students participated in a two-semester course with Dr. Peter Winch during their final year.
Public Health Studies major Kobi Khong works with the Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions on red flag laws, police shootings, and road rage incidents.
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