Michael J. Klag, a School alumnus and former vice dean at Hopkins School of Medicine, began his tenure as Bloomberg School dean on September 1.
Stories, often based on junk science, have led some parents to refuse vaccinations for their children.
The question is: How fat do you have to be to put yourself at serious risk of diabetes? And then: What's the best way to measure that?
Gene researchers from diverse disciplines now have a new space at the School for collaborative work.
Proven interventions, if fully funded, will save millions of children's lives.
Research from the Bloomberg School
Sommer Scholars Traci Means (left) and Kyden Creekpaum join 26 other students in the specially designed leadership program's inaugural class.
Relying on satellites, computers, African hunters and even the humble chicken, researchers are building disease warning systems to catch viruses on the verge of sparking epidemics.
Apoptosis—the intricately orchestrated self-annihilation of cells—is vital to human life, but can prove deadly when it goes awry. Marie Hardwick contends that a better understanding of this process could mean new treatments for everything from AIDS to Alzheimer's.
As American labor transitions from the assembly line to the office cubicle, fewer workers risk death in explosions or industrial accidents. But serious health risks still lurk in the swiftly changing 21st-century workplace.