Were you unable to attend the BA/Master's information session on February 9th? Check out video of the event.
News & Announcements Archive
Public Health Studies alum and winner of the 2015 award for best public health honors thesis has been named a Mount Sinai-GLG Global Health Scholar. Ahmed is a first year medical student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Every year, the Public Health Studies program leads a study abroad trip to Uganda during Intersession. JHU students are paired with students from Uganda’s Makerere University for a unique peer-to-peer learning experience. Students learn about the strengths and challenges of urban and rural child health and education initiatives in Uganda. Check out the blog written by the JHU students in Uganda now!
JHU senior and public health major Ashley Ezema has been chosen as the recipient of this year's Daily Record Leading Woman Scholarship. Read more about her impressive achievements at the link!
On September 15, admissions reps from top graduate schools in Public Health hosted an information session in Hodson 110. If you couldn't make the session, view the videos and slideshow.
As a long-distance runner for the Johns Hopkins track and field team, Lara Gaffney has chased down foes before. This summer, the 21-year-old soon-to-be senior helped the Baltimore City Health Department run down a more elusive opponent: mosquitoes carrying the Zika virus.
George Mwinnyaa is one of only 15 students in the country to win acceptance to the National Institutes of Health's Undergraduate Scholarship Program, which gives him paid research training next summer, followed by year of full-time employment with an NIH research lab. The award also covers $20,000 of his senior-year tuition at Hopkins. Mwinnyaa is one of two winners from Johns Hopkins.
Ana Bogdanovski (PHS class of 2015) Macedonia's flag bearer for the opening ceremony, will swim the 200-meter freestyle, one of seven events in which she holds her birth country's national record. Last year, at the world championships in Russia, she finished 35th in both the 200 and the 100 free.
On May 18, 2016, 150 public health studies seniors received their diplomas. The day before, we celebrated those students and their achievements at a special reception and award ceremony.
The Public Health Studies program is happy to continue to offer the unique opportunity to travel to Uganda during intersession this coming academic year.