Bloomberg School to Play Important Role in Homeland Security Center
Improving our nation's preparedness for and response to large-scale disasters will be the mission of a new $15 million research consortium established at Johns Hopkins University by the Department of Homeland Security.
Center to Evaluate "Real World" Risks & Benefits of Medical Treatment
The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health was selected to join a newly established network of 13 research centers organized to evaluate how medications and treatments perform in the real world.
Coping with Multiple Chronic Conditions
Eighty-three percent of Medicare beneficiaries have at least one chronic condition, such as congestive heart failure, Alzheimer's disease or diabetes.
LaVeist Receives Minority Health Knowledge Award
Thomas A. LaVeist, PhD, director of the Hopkins Center for Health Disparities Solutions, received the first annual Minority Health Knowledge Award from the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health.
Maryland's Environmental Health Infrastructure Needs Repair
Maryland's local environmental public health professionals are essential for responding and managing public health risks from Hurricane Isabel to the post-September 11 anthrax attack to the drought of 2002.