As one of the largest injury research and educational programs in the world, the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy has built an extensive team of scientists, teachers and practitioners. The Center is an academic collaborative of multidisciplinary injury prevention experts.
Full-time faculty of the School who spend a sizable portion of their effort working on injury-related issues and whose disciplinary expertise well represents the diversity of areas that are important to injury research, policy and practice.
Individuals from within the Johns
Hopkins University whose multidisciplinary skills, expertise and
interests align with the Center’s mission. Collaborating faculty members
work together with the Center’s core faculty and staff on projects of
Individuals from outside the Johns Hopkins University whose multidisciplinary skills, expertise and interests align with the Center’s mission. Affiliated faculty members work with the Center’s core faculty and staff on projects of mutual interest.
A group of three former Center directors and additional distinguished
members from within the Johns Hopkins University. The Internal Advisory
Board contributes to the overall mission of the Center by providing
strategic input into its work.
Professionals from clinical, policy and practice backgrounds who help to ensure that the Center’s work is relevant to a variety of important stakeholder groups. External Advisory Board members represent a variety of disciplines and injury topics that are priorities for the Center.