Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Modelers Do Not Anticipate Big 'Wave,' Despite UptickCOVID-19 cases continue to pile up in Maryland and the state’s positivity rate hovers above 6%. But even as cases rise, risk of serious illness remains low.
Former FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg To Address Graduates At JHU Bloomberg School Of Public Health 2022 GraduationAppointed by former President Barack Obama, Dr. Hamburg served as the second woman to head the United States Food and Drug Administration from 2009 to 2015.
Hopkins Group, Nonprofit Merge To Create New Center Studying Gun ViolenceA center at Johns Hopkins studying gun violence and another organization have merged, forming the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions, which will look at shootings in the U.S. through a public health lens, the university said.
Children’s Antibody Responses To COVID-19 Stronger Than Adults’, Hopkins Study FindsThe findings of the study differ from earlier reports of low antibody responses in children who had been infected.
Calls For Change After Hopkins Study Finds Harassment Prevalent For Health OfficialsResearchers at Johns Hopkins found that during the first year of the pandemic across Maryland and the U.S., there were nearly 1500 reports of harassment identified
When Will The Pandemic End? Hopkins Experts Weigh InThe Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is now shedding light on where we stand, as a society, as we move forward in the COVID fight.
NIH ViraI Immunologist Kizzmekia Corbett To Speak At Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Of Public Health 2021 GraduationKizzmekia S. Corbett, who helped develop the Moderna COVID vaccine, will speak at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health class of 2021 convocation.
Baltimore Officials Partner With Local Universities To Help With Vaccine OutreachThe city announces a new partnership with local universities and colleges to create better outreach to Baltimore residents for COVID vaccine roll-out.
Higher-Than-Expected 10% Of Autopsies In Maryland Had COVID-19 Antibodies In Late May, June, Johns Hopkins Study FindsOne in ten bodies that had forensic autopsies performed on them in Maryland in late May and June had COVID-19 antibodies, a higher rate than expected, according to a new study from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
COVID-19 Now 3rd-Leading Cause Of Death In The U.S., Johns Hopkins SaysCoronavirus is now the third leading cause of death in the U.S., according to the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
New Saliva-Based COVID Antibody Test Is Highly Accurate, Johns Hopkins Study SaysA new saliva-based COVID-19 antibody test is highly accurate, according to an initial study by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Hopkins-Educated Doctor Céline Gounder Appointed To President-Elect Joe Biden's COVID-19 Advisory BoardPresident-elect Joe Biden named 13 doctors to his coronavirus advisory board Monday, including Dr. Céline Gounder who received a master's of science in epidemiology from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2000.
Johns Hopkins Experts Share Coping Skills For Those In Mental Distress Due To COVID-19 PandemicIn a survey conducted in early April, nearly 14 percent of adults reported having serious mental distress, compared to less than four percent in 2018- the highest numbers coming from people ages 18-29.
Drug Overdoses Linked To Post-Traumatic Stress, Johns Hopkins Study FindsWitnessing or experiencing a drug overdose can lead to the development of post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms, a study from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health found.
Johns Hopkins Study: Young Adults Reporting Highest Levels Of Psychological Distress During COVID-19 PandemicA new study from Johns Hopkins University discovered that young adults and low income households have experienced a dramatic increase in psychological distress during the COVID-19 global pandemic.