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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.

Jenna Fritz Master of Public Health Last Updated 09/04/2020

Hopkins has an incredible array of opportunities for research and program work across many different disciplines. There are specialists and experts in every aspect of the health sector and there is a true open door policy. I have been able to meet and work with incredible professionals who are a con...

Brian Fung Master of Public Health Last Updated 08/20/2020

Talent of the faculty, diversity of courses, and flexibility of the part-time/online program.

Gabrielle Garruppo Epidemiology Last Updated 06/12/2020

The strength of its academics, and the support of its community.

Caitlin Gould Master of Public Health Last Updated 06/20/2020

I liked the breadth of classes available, and that the program emphasized science and research as fundamental parts of the degree. I also liked the resources available, and the flexibility to take classes online and in-person.

Xuefan Guan Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 09/23/2019

There are many professors and experts who are specialized in designing and implementing, monitoring and evaluation health communication programs globally. I believe studying in the Health Education and Health Communication Program at the Bloomberg School of Public Health of Johns Hopkins University ...

Elizabeth Hahn Epidemiology Last Updated 08/20/2020

The courses at Hopkins gave me the opportunity to expand my knowledge of the public health topics I am interested while also allowing me to take courses relevant to my medical school aspirations. Additionally, the unparalleled network of researchers, alumni, study sites, and other resources is a ...

Katie Heinemann Master of Public Health Last Updated 09/23/2019

I chose Hopkins because of its research reputation and connection with the Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), connections with NASA, and world class Bierman institute of bioethics. Because I have such specific interests, I needed the Hopkins name and network to get me where I wanted to go in my caree...

Emily Illingworth Environmental Health and Engineering Last Updated 08/20/2020

I chose Hopkins because of diverse research environment, specifically in the Department of Environmental Health and Engineering.

Justin Jacob Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Last Updated 01/09/2020

Very reputable institution, great research opportunities, inspiring and prestigious faculty

Ibrahim Aboualkheir Health Policy and Management Last Updated 02/03/2020

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

Benjamin Ackerman Biostatistics Last Updated 05/20/2020

I chose (to stay at) Hopkins because of the people. As an undergraduate, I formed close relationships with Hopkins Biostat professors, and with my TAs at the time who later became my classmates. I found the folks at JHSPH to be incredibly supportive, friendly and invested in the success of their stu...

Ayobami Akenroye Epidemiology Last Updated 09/19/2019

Arrived Hopkins for clinical fellowship in 2017 and I have stayed on. The depth as well as breadth of intellectual expertise is awesome!

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 01/09/2020

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 ...

Poojitha Balakrishnan Epidemiology Last Updated 05/29/2019

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

Jenna Bellantoni Epidemiology Last Updated 01/09/2020

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