Exhausted by racism, I’m energized by the opportunity to advance anti-racism.
Data on systemic inequities reveal the barriers that lead to harder, shorter lives
Five young Baltimoreans share what they see—and what needs to change.
Deep-seated structural and systemic racism aren’t just obstacles to addressing Black women’s health issues—they are the health issue.
Multiple factors including socioeconomic status and access to health care have combined to erode Black men’s health.
Black Americans are more likely to live near pollution sources that set off a dangerous cascade of health problems.
How segregated admissions at Johns Hopkins finally ended.
A new office aims to break down structural racism and inequities at the School and beyond.
Barriers to mobility have contributed to long-standing structural racism.
Blacks are more likely than whites to suffer from the most advanced stage of the illness.
Housing relocation programs aim to address health inequities linked to decades of discrimination.
Faith leaders and community organizations play critical roles in enrolling Black and Latinx trial participants.
We must build political will to transform our hobbled system to address today’s health threats.
A national disease forecasting center would gather the best data and models to prevent epidemics and save lives.
Four things we’ve learned since the beginning of the pandemic—and one we expected but failed to get right.
The initial coronavirus surge has passed, but the mental health fallout persists.
Hopes raised by the rapid development of vaccines don’t yet extend to pregnant women.
Lab-grown organoids show how SARS-CoV-2 infects brain cells.
New collaborations will more than double the number of safe water access points.
Strategies for better trial design could streamline and accelerate testing of new treatments.
Our strategic plan has proven to be a reliable guide for action in a world upended.
COVID-19 has left me and thousands of others with lingering symptoms and an uncertain recovery.