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Md Alam Master of Public Health Last Updated 03/09/2019

A great place to learn...

Jessica Atwell Master of Public Health Last Updated 01/07/2019

I chose Hopkins for my MPH for several reasons. I was drawn to the caliber and number of faculty members and centers here, and the cutting edge research that is being conducted in my field of interest. As a student interested in both infectious diseases and vaccines, I felt that Hopkins had more to ...

Hannah Breakstone Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 02/11/2019

- I enjoyed living in Maryland previously. - Best program in the country. - Able to focus specifically on health behavior and decision-making. - Enough time in my schedule to take electives and drive my own knowledge acquisition.

Steven J. Clipman International Health Last Updated 03/06/2019

I chose Hopkins due to it's international reach and breadth of research. Hopkins is one of a handful of institutions that is always at the cutting edge of public health and medical research. What really appeals to me, however, is that Hopkins is constantly taking that research and moving beyond theo...

Katherine Connolly Master of Public Health Last Updated 02/21/2019

I found the decision making process to be much more difficult than I had anticipated, until I came to accepted students day and met with current students and staff. Everyone I interacted with made it very clear that Hopkins is not just an institution, but a community. Paul Whong in particular provid...

Emily Cumbie-Drake Master of Public Health Last Updated 02/09/2019

Hopkins was the only school that had a robust food systems program. I came to Hopkins for the opportunity to learn from the faculty and fellow students involved in the Center for a Livable Future. I am pursuing a Food Systems Concentration and certificates in Public Health Advocacy and Health Commu...

Nicolae Done Health Policy and Management Last Updated 12/12/2018

For its outstanding tradition in creating leaders well-equipped to solve the world's health care challenges.

Sarah Elaraby International Health Last Updated 02/13/2018

I chose Johns Hopkins for the enormous opportunity it provides to learn from a wide array of world class experts in Public health, working in different corners of the globe.

Holly Everett Master of Public Health Last Updated 02/27/2019

I chose Hopkins for the ease of collaboration between Bloomberg and the School of Medicine, as well as for the quality teaching and mentorship available to students.

Lisa Geller Master of Public Health Last Updated 02/11/2019

I chose Hopkins because I was more impressed by the MPH program here than at any other school that I applied to. Of course, as everyone knows, Hopkins is the #1 school of public health in the country. In addition, the Center for Gun Policy and Research at Hopkins allowed me to work with experts in t...

Ibrahim Aboualkheir Health Policy and Management Last Updated 10/12/2018

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is the #1 public health school in the world!

Md Alam Master of Public Health Last Updated 03/09/2019

A great place to learn...

Ashley Arashiro Master of Public Health Last Updated 03/05/2019

I was accepted into the MPH programs at Johns Hopkins and Emory at the same time. They are both top-notch schools, but I chose Johns Hopkins for two main reasons: first, the curriculum is endlessly customizable and very flexible. While Emory offers rigorous core courses in epidemiology and biostatis...

Jessica Atwell Master of Public Health Last Updated 01/07/2019

I chose Hopkins for my MPH for several reasons. I was drawn to the caliber and number of faculty members and centers here, and the cutting edge research that is being conducted in my field of interest. As a student interested in both infectious diseases and vaccines, I felt that Hopkins had more to ...

Poojitha Balakrishnan Epidemiology Last Updated 05/29/2019

Jordana Baron Master of Public Health Last Updated 02/08/2019

I wanted the combination of public health and business education - Hopkins allowed me to do both in two years, whereas most other schools the same program takes three years.

Tim Batchelder Master of Applied Science Last Updated 05/29/2019

Elizabeth Belson Master of Public Health Last Updated 05/29/2019

Anthony Bowen Molecular Microbiology and Immunology Last Updated 12/12/2018

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Alisa Boyko Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Last Updated 11/12/2018

BMB Department at the School of Public Health is unique in multiple ways: 1) It offers a variety of research fields despite being relatively small when compared to other basic science programs. 2) Provides trainees with access to well-renowned public health leaders in several fields, all in one buil...