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How Your Gift Helps

Whether it’s unlocking the mechanisms of Lyme Disease, providing scholarship support to the best and brightest, developing communication programs to prevent Ebola, or tracking the pollutants in cookstoves that lead to COPD, researchers and students at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health share a single mission: the global defense of human life. Your contribution can be used so many places, in so many ways.

Public Health Science

Ying Zhang and colleagues have discovered a mixture of three antimicrobial drugs that may provide a knockout punch to the Lyme disease superbug.

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Environment

A Bloomberg study of U.S. urban counties linked increased levels of microscopic airborne particles with an increased risk for cardiovascular disease hospitalizations.

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Global Health

The new Center for Global Health will coordinate the international work of the Schools of Public Health, Medicine and Nursing.

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HIV/AIDS

A randomized trial led by researchers at the Bloomberg School of Public Health found that...

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Infectious Diseases

Using satellite imagery, School scientists were able to forecast an increase in hantavirus infections in the Four Corners region of the U.S.

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Malaria

Researchers battle malaria in the tropical setting of Macha, Zambia, the field research base of the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute.

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