We believe that we should do everything possible to protect people’s health from biological and infectious threats. Our efforts aim to ensure a future in which severe pandemics can no longer threaten our world.
The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security has five main mission areas.
Enhancing international cooperation and science diplomacy 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 public health emergencies and disasters.
Analyzing trends and new developments in the life sciences and providing recommendations for realizing the promise of biotechnology while strengthening biosecurity and biosafety.
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.