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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 01/09/2020

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 ...

Taylor Binnix Master of Public Health Last Updated 08/20/2020

Johns Hopkins offered the most flexible degree options. I am able to take courses part-time at a pace that works for me, through a combined in-person and online format.

Emily Blagg Master of Public Health Last Updated 05/21/2020

I chose Hopkins because the MPH curriculum is very flexible and you can truly make it your own. The curriculum has allowed me to take a mix of methods courses such as epidemiology and biostatistics and content-driven courses around topics like humanitarian health and international health. Additiona...

Savannah Brenneke Mental Health Last Updated 09/29/2020

I chose Hopkins because it is home to the only Department of Mental Health in a School of Public Health. I also appreciate the cross-collaboration of the faculty within my department, and their eagerness to engage students of all backgrounds in their work.

Athena Chen Biostatistics Last Updated 10/21/2020

I chose Hopkins for its community. The faculty and other students are incredibly supportive, brilliant, and welcoming. Hopkins provides me with ample opportunities to work with leaders in my field to conduct cutting edge research. The university's deep commitment to the city of Baltimore means that ...

Omar Cherkaoui Master of Public Health Last Updated 05/20/2020

I came to Hopkins because of the prestige of the university and the excellent network it has, as you are constantly surrounded by pioneers in public health. I was also interested in the design of the curriculum of the MPH program, which gives us the opportunity to customize it the way we want, and t...

Steven J. Clipman International Health Last Updated 09/21/2020

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 06/22/2020

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...

Taylor Binnix Master of Public Health Last Updated 08/20/2020

Johns Hopkins offered the most flexible degree options. I am able to take courses part-time at a pace that works for me, through a combined in-person and online format.

Emily Blagg Master of Public Health Last Updated 05/21/2020

I chose Hopkins because the MPH curriculum is very flexible and you can truly make it your own. The curriculum has allowed me to take a mix of methods courses such as epidemiology and biostatistics and content-driven courses around topics like humanitarian health and international health. Additiona...

Alisa Boyko Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Last Updated 05/20/2020

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 umbrella programs. 2) It provides trainees with access to well-renowned public health leaders in several fields, all...

Savannah Brenneke Mental Health Last Updated 09/29/2020

I chose Hopkins because it is home to the only Department of Mental Health in a School of Public Health. I also appreciate the cross-collaboration of the faculty within my department, and their eagerness to engage students of all backgrounds in their work.

Wallace Chambers Master of Applied Science Last Updated 08/20/2020

It's the number one public health program in the United States.

Athena Chen Biostatistics Last Updated 10/21/2020

I chose Hopkins for its community. The faculty and other students are incredibly supportive, brilliant, and welcoming. Hopkins provides me with ample opportunities to work with leaders in my field to conduct cutting edge research. The university's deep commitment to the city of Baltimore means that ...

Omar Cherkaoui Master of Public Health Last Updated 05/20/2020

I came to Hopkins because of the prestige of the university and the excellent network it has, as you are constantly surrounded by pioneers in public health. I was also interested in the design of the curriculum of the MPH program, which gives us the opportunity to customize it the way we want, and t...

Steven J. Clipman International Health Last Updated 09/21/2020

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...

Betty Cohn Master of Bioethics Last Updated 09/21/2020

I chose Hopkins because of the faculty, and the vast amount of resources and opportunities for me here.

Katherine Connolly Master of Public Health Last Updated 06/22/2020

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...