Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has been selected as the new national program center for Health Policy Research Scholars (HPRS).
Keshia M. Pollack Porter, PhD, MPH, professor in the Bloomberg School’s Department of Health Policy Management, will serve as the new program director. Pollack Porter is a leading scholar in health equity, health impact assessments, and the integration of health considerations into policy decisions across all sectors.
We look forward to the new opportunities and relationships we will build with our scholars at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health as we continue to advance a Culture of Health through HPRS.
In 2020, we will accept up to 50 second- or third-year PhD students who have at least three years left of their doctoral studies. Applications will open in January 2020; stay tuned for details.