Who Is Involved?
The Alliance for a Healthier World is designed as a boundary-spanning endeavor. This involves linking researchers across disciplines; bridging interests of policy-makers, practitioners, civil society, vulnerable populations and academics; and networking with those working in the arts, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, business, international relations, engineering, computational and clinical sciences around a common theme of global health equity – good health and wellbeing for all.
JHU faculty, students and partners from the fields of medicine, nursing, public health, international relations, engineering, education, business, the social sciences, creative arts and bioethics work shoulder to shoulder during collaborative events, research grants and other knowledge sharing activities.
Contributors include faculty, students and staff of :
- Applied Physics Laboratory
- Berman Institute of Bioethics
- Bloomberg School of Public Health
- Carey Business School
- Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
- Nitze School of Advanced International Studies
- Peabody Institute
- School of Education
- School of Medicine
- School of Nursing
- Whiting School of Engineering
Core Working Group
AHW Working Group is a core team of leading faculty, students and staff who draw on the latest research and their partners around the world to evaluate unresolved problems and target those we are best positioned to solve.
AHW Steering Committee consists of JHU faculty representing each of the JHU Divisions. Members provide guidance for the Alliance and provide a valuable to link to colleagues in their Division.
Partners & Communities
The Alliance for a Healthier World will work closely with partner organizations and local communities based around the world to refine, test and implement research and innovative solutions.
Further details about partners will be added in coming months.