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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.

Naira Kalra Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 10/04/2018

I was extremely impressed by the Hopkins alumni and faculty members that I had met during my work at the WHO. Therefore, when I was applying to PhD programs, I chose JHSPH for its world-class training and for its position as a world leader in Public Health research and practice. Through my PhD train...

Laura Kroart Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 10/03/2018

I chose Johns Hopkins for the opportunity to work with faculty that make space for students and who are committed to social justice.

Chrystal Okonta Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 10/12/2018

I chose Hopkins for some of the traditional reasons - because of the rigor of the academic programs, the national reputation, and the opportunities and resources provided for students. But I mostly chose Hopkins because of the ability to really fine-tune my academic interests while surrounded by div...

Yonaira Rivera Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 10/03/2018

JHSPH has amazing faculty conducting innovative, interdisciplinary research, and the level of mentoring is top-notch. Additionally, you are surrounded by a phenomenal student body and excellent networking opportunities.

Samantha Tsang Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 01/04/2019

I chose Hopkins because of the great training, mentorship, and classmates.

Akshara Valmeekanathan Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 11/22/2018

The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Department of Health, Behavior and Society provides me with a collaborative and supportive network - comprising of peers, faculty, researchers, policy-makers: all leaders in their respective fields coming together to tackle pressing public ...

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.

Beata Debinski Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 01/04/2019

Laynie Dratch Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 12/12/2018

I chose the Johns Hopkins University / National Human Genome Research Institute program for genetic counseling because it is a program that emphasizes early clinical experience, psychosocial counseling skills, and research. Both institutions are incredible resources, and the faculty are incredible p...

Naomi Greene Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 10/09/2018

I chose Hopkins for its academic rigor and multitude of research opportunities.

Naira Kalra Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 10/04/2018

I was extremely impressed by the Hopkins alumni and faculty members that I had met during my work at the WHO. Therefore, when I was applying to PhD programs, I chose JHSPH for its world-class training and for its position as a world leader in Public Health research and practice. Through my PhD train...

Tahilin Karver Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 10/03/2018

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Laura Kroart Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 10/03/2018

I chose Johns Hopkins for the opportunity to work with faculty that make space for students and who are committed to social justice.

Chenery Lowe Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 02/24/2019

I chose Hopkins because of the opportunity to learn from and to interact with some really thoughtful people.

Danielle Friedman Nestadt Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 10/04/2018

The opportunity to work with leaders in the field and thoughtful, engaged students and to immerse myself in practice and research in Baltimore city.

Amelia Noor-Oshiro Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 10/08/2018

Department integration between HBS & Mental Health