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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...

Antonio Quispe International Health Last Updated 01/09/2020

I chose Hopkins because it is the top public health school in the world and have an outstanding record training international students like myself. Professors has significant overseas experience and amazing resumes. I enjoyed every minute at school and strongly recommendedit.

Marwa Ramadan International Health Last Updated 10/20/2020

The analytic skills gained through my master degree was the motive to further develop my expertise in quantitative analysis and pursue a PhD. I choose a multidisciplinary speciality as health systems to cover my diverse background and work experience.

Nukhba Zia International Health Last Updated 01/09/2020

The choice was based on three things; strong mentorship, in-depth teaching and skills development, and diversity. The Johns Hopkins School of Public Health (JHSPH) offers an opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge through its various masters and doctoral programs in a diverse set of fields - biostati...

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...

Yuxuan Gu International Health Last Updated 05/29/2019

Rachel Hartman International Health Last Updated 05/29/2019

Taylor Holroyd International Health Last Updated 01/09/2020

I chose Hopkins largely because of the dynamic research environment, the academic rigor, the strong vaccine focus, and the highly collaborative nature of the GDEC program. I thrive at the intersection of epidemiology and health policy, where I can work towards informing programs and policies design...

Chelsea Lutz International Health Last Updated 08/20/2020

I chose Hopkins because of its unparalleled strength in the field of public health and the opportunity to work with world renowned faculty. Furthermore, its fusion of epidemiological methods and vaccinology made the GDEC track very attractive.

Antonio Quispe International Health Last Updated 01/09/2020

I chose Hopkins because it is the top public health school in the world and have an outstanding record training international students like myself. Professors has significant overseas experience and amazing resumes. I enjoyed every minute at school and strongly recommendedit.

Marwa Ramadan International Health Last Updated 10/20/2020

The analytic skills gained through my master degree was the motive to further develop my expertise in quantitative analysis and pursue a PhD. I choose a multidisciplinary speciality as health systems to cover my diverse background and work experience.

Xuhao Yang International Health Last Updated 09/21/2020

What JHSPH stands out for me is that the Department of International Health is not only led by a renowned faculty with decades of health sciences backgrounds and extensive overseas field research experience in LMICs but also fully established with active connections with many other countries’ resear...

Junmeng Zhang International Health Last Updated 01/09/2020

Nukhba Zia International Health Last Updated 01/09/2020

The choice was based on three things; strong mentorship, in-depth teaching and skills development, and diversity. The Johns Hopkins School of Public Health (JHSPH) offers an opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge through its various masters and doctoral programs in a diverse set of fields - biostati...