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Syrian doctor wins scholarship
June 7, 2018
Syrian refugee and scholarship recipient Mohammad Darwish, MD, explains how he hopes to use his education from the Bloomberg School of Public Health to one day help rebuild the healthcare system in Syria. Visit rising.jhu.edu/Syrian-doctor to learn more.

June 7, 2018
Syrian refugee and scholarship recipient Mohammad Darwish, MD, explains how he hopes to use his education from the Bloomberg School of Public Health to one day help rebuild the healthcare system in Syria. Visit rising.jhu.edu/Syrian-doctor to learn more.
 
June 7, 2018
The inaugural Tutu Professor Chris Beyrer has dedicated his career to fighting for marginalized communities, particularly for those suffering with HIV and AIDS internationally and nationally. Currently, he is involved in a multi-city project to help improve outcomes for the 70 percent of people living with HIV in the U.S. who are not effectively treated. Visit rising.jhu.edu/Tutu-Professor to learn more.
 
May 9, 2016
Comstock Professor advances understanding of kidney disease and dementia.
 
June 24, 2015
While each diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder begins a family’s search for answers, the Wendy Klag Center for Autism & Developmental Disabilities sees the bigger picture, bringing together world-class faculty and partners to examine key questions about autism on a population level.
 
May 14, 2014
Dean Emeritus Michael Klag outlines the Bloomberg School of Public Health's priorities as they relate to Rising to the Challenge: The Campaign for Johns Hopkins. Visit rising.jhu.edu to learn more.
 
April 29, 2014
Learn how you can help us deploy leadership and expertise that will empower public health around the world.
 
March 20, 2014
Desmond Flagg, a PhD candidate and Brown Scholar, couldn't have attended JHSPH without philanthropic support. He's pursuing a public health career and serving the community in Baltimore.
 
March 2, 2014
The Center for American Indian Health at JHSPH has become a national leader in partnering with tribes to achieve renewed health and well-being for America's first peoples. Each summer, NativeVision Camp brings young athletes from reservations across the country to develop their skills.
 
October 9, 2013
JHSPH Professor Susan Baker, SPH '68, a pioneer in the area of injury prevention, describes the benefits of a charitable gift annuity. This life-income gift allows her and her husband to receive regular income payments for the rest of their lives while supporting Johns Hopkins' future scholars.
 
October 9, 2013
Johns Hopkins University Vice Provost for Research Scott Zeger shares how the field of biostatistics allows us to use genetic and other medical information intelligently, looking at probability as well as gleaning useful data from many to help inform clinical decisions for the individual. To learn more about the Individualized Health Initiative, visit rising.jhu.edu.
 
October 9, 2013
Kellogg Schwab, head of the Johns Hopkins Global Water Program and a leader in the new Institute for Water, explains the burden some people face in finding potable water and some of the strides Johns Hopkins is making to alleviate this. Visit rising.jhu.edu to learn more.