Asia’s imminent health challenges were the focus of trans-disciplinary talks at the World Health Summit Regional Meeting-Kyoto. Dean Klag kicked-off the April 13-14 event with an opening ceremony speech.
Eyes quickly glaze over whenever I mention the word “infrastructure,” but West Africa’s Ebola epidemic has taught the world how critical infrastructure—in all its varied meanings—really is.
JHPH Magazine, Spring 2015
Dean Klag talks about public health work that saves lives worldwide in the Bloomberg School’s first Yearlook—365 days of impact in education, research and practice.
On October 14, 2014, the Dean’s Symposium on Ebola:
Crisis, Context and Response brought together public health experts to discuss one of the most significant public health challenges in recent memory.
One in 88 U.S. children has an autism spectrum disorder. Motivated in part by his own daughter’s experience, Dean Klag is leading the charge in the Bloomberg School’s autism research efforts.
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Dean Klag has led several pioneering studies in kidney disease epidemiology, including the first study to assess the incidence of end-stage renal disease.
Dean Klag was quick to endorse the United Way campaign at the Bloomberg School – a program that benefits the local Baltimore community during the holiday season.
Michael J. Klag, MD, MPH, an internationally known expert on the epidemiology and prevention of cardiovascular and kidney disease, and a Johns Hopkins faculty member since 1987, became dean of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health on September 1, 2005.