Michael Bloomberg has an intuitive understanding of the power of public health—and knows a good investment when he sees one.
Luminaries gather to celebrate public health.
D.A. Henderson did much more than eradicate smallpox.
Can personalized guns trim U.S. firearm injuries and deaths?
Nilanjan Chatterjee sees a more effective, risk-based approach to preventing disease.
Drones can economically deliver vaccines to hard-to-reach places.
$95 million NIH grant establishes a premier child health study.
It's time that research studies reflect the differences between men and women.
Baltimore City Health Commissioner Leana Wen compares notes on public health leadership with Sommer Scholar Shazeen Suleman.
Welcome to the history of the future of public health.
Terrinieka Powell draws on higher powers to confront Baltimore's HIV/AIDs epidemic.
The key to maintaining South Africa's success in HIV/AIDs? Adolescents.
Does a chance encounter in a small, distant town reveal the power of coincidence—or the ubiquity of Hopkins?
Michael R. Bloomberg's $300 million gift will save lives across the U.S., for generations to come.