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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...

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.

Jennifer Gerber International Health Last Updated 02/08/2019

I only applied to JHSPH for my PhD as I was working in the Epidemiology Department, had moved many times in the previous 2 years, and wanted to stay in Baltimore.

Wenfeng Gong International Health Last Updated 10/16/2018

At the Bloomberg school, faculty and students work on the frontier of vaccine researches, from Biology, through Epidemiology, to policy.

Elizabeth Hahn International Health Last Updated 12/12/2018

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 ...

Abu Abdullah Mohammad Hanif International Health Last Updated 02/14/2018

I chose JHSPH because it's such a university which trains, mentors and educates its' students through problem-based learning and creates unlimited opportunities for improvement of the health status in the developing countries.

Md Zabir Hasan International Health Last Updated 12/14/2018

The International Health Department of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is the best place train and prepare yourself for the ever-changing landscape of Global Health. The faculty and research project in this department cannot be compared with any other International/Global Health prog...

Shivani Murthy International Health Last Updated 08/13/2018

I found the academic rigor and applied focus of the DrPH program at Hopkins very appealing, and a good bridge between my prior work experience and future career goals.

Andrew Nicholson International Health Last Updated 04/07/2018

I chose Hopkins because it offered an uncommon opportunity to mesh my interest in studying nutrition at a molecular level with the practicality of creating universal solutions to the world’s nutritional public health challenges. I was drawn to the inspiring Hopkins community (alumni, faculty, mentor...

Christina Potter International Health Last Updated 02/08/2019

I chose Hopkins because they are the best and strongest school of public health with an especially strong focus in international health and infectious disease epidemiology. In addition, they were the cheapest on my list due to the second year scholarship. I appreciate that practicums are more flexib...

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...

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.

Jennifer Gerber International Health Last Updated 02/08/2019

I only applied to JHSPH for my PhD as I was working in the Epidemiology Department, had moved many times in the previous 2 years, and wanted to stay in Baltimore.

Wenfeng Gong International Health Last Updated 10/16/2018

At the Bloomberg school, faculty and students work on the frontier of vaccine researches, from Biology, through Epidemiology, to policy.

Elizabeth Hahn International Health Last Updated 12/12/2018

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 ...

Abu Abdullah Mohammad Hanif International Health Last Updated 02/14/2018

I chose JHSPH because it's such a university which trains, mentors and educates its' students through problem-based learning and creates unlimited opportunities for improvement of the health status in the developing countries.

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Md Zabir Hasan International Health Last Updated 12/14/2018

The International Health Department of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is the best place train and prepare yourself for the ever-changing landscape of Global Health. The faculty and research project in this department cannot be compared with any other International/Global Health prog...

Leah Holmes International Health Last Updated 02/14/2018

I chose Hopkins because I was interested in qualitative and quantitative research, international health, and social and behavioral approaches to public health issues. The MSPH curriculum allows me to gain skills associated with a master's of science (research skills in quantitative and qualitative s...

Taylor Holroyd International Health Last Updated 09/18/2018

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...