As I have been traveling across the world this week, my thoughts have remained with our nation and the recent events in Baton Rouge, Minneapolis, and Dallas. And then, this morning, I awoke to the tragic news from Nice, France. I feel compelled to write.
Dean Klag reflects on how public health could and should have prevented the tragedy in Flint, Michigan and salutes public health-trained pediatrician Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha for sounding the alarm. She will speak at Convocation in May 2016.
In the latest edition of the Fall Dean's Letter, Dean Klag celebrates the Bloomberg School's accomplishments over the past 100 years.
Fall Dean's Letter
Our School has the opportunity and the obligation to help find transformative solutions for our city. Our Centennial year has begun not with a celebration but with a call to action—it’s time to get to work!
JHPH Magazine, Summer 2015
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.
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.
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.
Learn More About The Wendy Klag Center
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.