Woodrow Wilson Fellow Cleo Bluthenthal ’24 featured in Arts & Sciences Magazine

The latest issue of JHU’s Arts & Sciences magazine features a story on the undergraduate research project undertaken by Woodrow Wilson Fellow Cleo Bluthenthal ’24. A public health studies major with a minor in women, gender, and sexuality, Cleo has spent her four years at Hopkins examining the relationship between cardiovascular conditions and the risk of preterm birth and maternal mortality, especially among Black women.

Cleo states, “Black women risk their lives bringing life into this world more than any other demographic group. Biology doesn’t explain that.” 

Read the full feature — Ending Disparity in Birthing — here!