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Curiosity led BMB professor to explore counter-measures against antibiotic-resistant bacteria and pave the way for treating genetic diseases. Learn More
Elfriede Sobernheim's generous planned gift endows fellowship for Bloomberg School-SAIS dual degree students. Learn More
Chatterjee and Feinberg
Statistical geneticist Nilanjan Chatterjee and Andrew Fineberg, director of the Center for Epigenetics, will lead interdisciplinary innovation across Johns Hopkins Learn More
Does Learning Begin Before Birth?
Seed funding fuels interdisciplinary investigation into the science of human learning and when it begins Learn More
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You have a new giving opportunity: the charitable IRA rollover is permanent and retroactive to the beginning of 2015 Learn More
The School establishes the Archbishop Tutu Professorship in Public Health and Human Rights Learn More
Help us raise $1 million from 100 donors to recruit the world’s most promising students Learn More

Profound shifts in the global economy and the traditional funding structure of medical and public health research make private support paramount for the Bloomberg School’s future. The Annual Funds provide the School with essential resources during these fiscally uncertain times.

We are especially grateful to our broad base of Annual Funds donors who give, on average, $100 each. Whether you give $50 or $50,000, your choice to support our work in public health makes the difference. Every donor helps strengthen our foundation and advance our mission.

Learn more about the impact of giving to the Bloomberg School by watching our featured video.

In the Same Vein: Joe Coresh and the Comstock Professorship
When Josef Coresh was named the inaugural George W. Comstock Professor, the appointment not only had personal meaning for him – it meant he would be able to invest in innovative research that lacked conventional funding. Following in the footsteps of his mentor, Coresh is making great advances in research about dementia and kidney disease as well as other vascular diseases.