Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security

Founding Year: 1998

Staff: 35

Budget:

Tom Inglesby (Director)

Is an independent, non-profit think tank concerned with public health. It offers policy research and gives policy recommendations to the United States government and other organizations like the World Health Organization.

Focus areas:

Publications:

  • e-Library
  • Fact Sheets
  • News
  • HIGHLIGHTS:
    • COVID-19 Updates – A website “following and analyzing updates on this outbreak.”
    • Journal: Health Security – A “a peer-reviewed journal providing research and essential guidance for the protection of people’s health before and after epidemics or disasters and for ensuring that communities are resilient to major challenges.”

Events:

 

Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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