Leaders and students from the inaugraul 2017 Global Health Equity Scholars Program. L-R: Nancy Glass, Michele Decker, Peter Winch, Nina Martin, Erika Rief, Yousra Yusuf, Benjamin Ostrander, Rachael Pellegrino, Vinayak Bhardwaj, Kimiko Van Wickle, Amy McDonough. Photo credit: Sheridan Jones/AHW

Leaders and students from the inaugraul 2017 Global Health Equity Scholars Program. L-R: Nancy Glass, Michele Decker, Peter Winch, Nina Martin, Erika Rief, Yousra Yusuf, Benjamin Ostrander, Rachael Pellegrino, Vinayak Bhardwaj, Kimiko Van Wickle, Amy McDonough. Photo credit: Sheridan Jones/AHW

GLOBAL HEALTH EQUITY SCHOLARS PROGRAM 

Support innovative multidisciplinary collaboration 

The Johns Hopkins Alliance for a Healthier World is committed to developing the next generation of global health equity researchers and program implementers. The Global Health Equity Scholars Program was established in 2017 to facilitate multidisciplinary collaborations between all Johns Hopkins University schools and divisions. Scholars conduct research, lead student group events, and facilitate interactions between experts from several disciplines. They contribute to the innovative work of the Alliance under the direct mentorship of thematic leaders and senior staff.

Global Health Equity Scholars are selected from across the university

  • Bloomberg School of Public Health

  • Carey Business School

  • Krieger School of Arts and Sciences

  • Peabody Institute

  • School of Advanced International Studies

  • School of Education

  • School of Medicine

  • School of Nursing

  • Whiting School of Engineering

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university-wide Student scholars

Global Health Equity Scholars are selected from across the university:

  • Bloomberg School of Public Health
  • Carey Business School
  • Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
  • Peabody Institute
  • School of Advanced International Studies
  • School of Education
  • School of Medicine
  • School of Nursing
  • Whiting School of Engineering

Image: Luccie Wo of CBID, in Ethiopia with ePartogram tablet prototype, 2012. Photo credit: TBC

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