MEdHP, Johns Hopkins University, 2016
PhD, Technical University of Munich and Max-Planck-Institute of Biochemistry, 2003
MS, Technical University of Munich, 1998
Dr. Gundula Bosch is a graduate program director, educator and educational researcher in the Department of Molecular Microbiology & Immunology, and the Director of the School's R3 Center for Innovation in Science Education.
Her scholarly interests center around the development, evaluation, and oversight of innovative science and health education programs, specifically the “R3” Graduate Science Initiative, that strives to bring more critical and philosophic thinking, interdisciplinary practice applications as well as social responsibility into the way we teach students in the life and public health sciences, and beyond.
She earned a PhD in Biology from the Technical University of Munich and the Max-Planck-Institute of Biochemistry, and a Master’s degree in Education for the Health Professions from the Johns Hopkins School of Education, where she serves as an adjunct faculty member for adult learning and educational scholarship.
Web and social media: jhsph.edu/r3gsi | tiny.cc/JHSPH-MMI-R3 | @R3_GSI | @R3JHSPH
Honors and Awards
AWARDS & HONORS
JHSPH SOURCE Recognition Award for outstanding dedication and service to Baltimore and JHU as a Service Learning Faculty Fellow (2017)
Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Online Teaching by the Student Assembly of the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health (2016)
Induction to the Delta Omega Public Health Honorary Society (2016)
Recognition for Teaching Excellence by the Dean’s Office of the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health (2015-2017)
GRANTS & FELLOWSHIPS
Educational Research Grant by the Johns Hopkins Gateway Science Initiative (2013 – 2015)
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute (2009 – 2011)
Future Faculty Teaching Fellowship, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (2007)