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JHCIRP: 25 Years

Celebrating Silver,
Reaching for Gold:
25 Years of Injury
Research and Policy

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fundraising initiative case statement

The Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy is launching a fundraising initiative to continue its almost three decades of achievement, working to prevent injuriessuch as those caused by motor vehicles, violence, prescription drug overdose, fires, drownings, and falls.

Click here to read our initiative case statement and learn more about:

  • Why We Do What We Do
  • Who We Are
  • What We Do
  • Our Vision
  • Philanthroppic Opportunities
  • Endowment Funding
  • Dedicated Funding for Priority Projects
  • Current Use Funds


To make your gift today in support of the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research & Policy, please visit our secure Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Make a Gift website. On this page, you may indicate that  your contribution should go toward the support of  the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research & Policy

There are many additional giving opportunities that can be tailored to address your priorities in injury prevention and control. If you have any questions about making a gift, please call the Bloomberg School's Office of External Affairs to speak with a development officer (410- 955-5194).

To find out more about gift planning strategies, including gifts of real estate, securities and bequests, as well as gifts that can produce an income stream for you, please visit Ways to Give.

Thank you for your gift in support of the Center for Injury Research & Policy.

The susan P. Baker Scholarship in Injury Prevention and control In honor of the 25th anniversary of the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has established The Susan P. Baker Scholarship in Injury Prevention and Control. Professor Baker is the founding director of the Center, and has played a pivotal role in establishing injury prevention and control as a scientific discipline. Her work over the past four decades has been central to the creation of laws, policies, and programs that have saved countless lives.

Perhaps most significantly, Sue has also worked tirelessly to teach and mentor students, many of whom are now in leadership positions around the globe. Notable contributions already made by Sue’s students include: promoting lifesaving child booster seats and automatic fire sprinkler systems; identifying inadequate protections for medical helicopter crews; providing the research basis for laws restricting teen drivers’ licenses; and establishing centers of excellence devoted to injury research.

Your gift to the Susan P. Baker Scholarship in Injury Prevention and Control today will ensure the next generation of injury prevention leaders. To contribute towards this Scholarship, please call 410-955-5194 or email Heath Elliott in the JHSPH Development office (

To learn more about the scholarship and how it will benefit students, take a listen to what long-time Center supporter and injury scholar Leon Robertson had to say.

What people are saying


Engineering Safety

An experienced whitewater kayaker, Isaac Ludwig had made 10 trips down the Narrows of the Green rapids in North Carolina. His eleventh trip on April 1, 2007, was nearly his last.

When he got to the Gorilla, a 15-foot waterfall that lands on a shallow rock shelf, things started to go terribly wrong. He’s convinced that his WRSI helmet -- the result of a collaboration between the Center and other partners -- saved him in a harrowing fall in which he hit his head on a rock.  


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