The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security has five main mission areas. Click on the links below to see some of our work related to these mission area.
Enhancing international cooperation and collaboration to prevent epidemics and improve disease detection, surveillance, and response.
Providing decision makers with the in-depth analysis and recommendations they need to prepare for and respond to disasters that threaten the public's health.
Enhancing understanding of the relationships among the life sciences, national security, public policy, and the public's health.
Advancing priorities and strategies to prepare for, respond to, and recover from large-scale epidemics of natural or deliberate origin.
Identifying, analyzing, and informing leaders about new and emerging threats to the public's health and security.