Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) is the oldest and largest independent graduate school of public health in the world, founded in 1916. Consistently ranked number one globally, the School has over 765 full-time Public Health faculty members renowned for teaching, Public Health practice, and for their cutting-edge research in the US, and in more than 100 countries. JHSPH has ten departments and over 100 research centers & institutes. The student body consists of over 2,600 masters and doctoral students who come from 79 countries. The school has 20,000 plus alumni from more than 120 countries. Because of these accomplishments, US News and World Report perennially ranks JHSPH number One among schools of Public Health.
Ellen J.MacKenzie, PhD ’79, ScM ’75 is the current Dean of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
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