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Health Security Headlines

A daily digest of news and developments in health security.             

Health Security Headlines is a daily update on US and global health security. The editorial team tracks the most important news, events, developments, research, and policy in the areas that comprise health security: biosecurity and biodefense, medicine and public health, science and technology, domestic preparedness and response, government affairs and national security, and 21st century threats.

Sources are broad and deep—major US and international news outlets and peer-reviewed journals, USG reports and news outlets, respected blogs and other social media, publications from think-tanks and NGOs.

Our goal is to digest and assemble the most important headlines of the day for readers who work across the public, private, and academic sectors in the US and abroad. HSH is delivered via email or can be read online.

Health Security Headlines Staff

  • Managing Editor: Matthew Watson
  • Contributors: Carolina Andrada, Divya Hosangadi, Amanda Kobokovich, Elena Martin, Diane Meyer, Lucia Mullen, Sanjana Ravi, Matthew Shearer, Marc Trotochaud, Lane Warmbrod
  • Production: Maria Jasen, Tanna Liggins, Hannah Ottman-Feeney
 

Contact us: If you have a question or comment about newsletter content or a problem with your subscription, please contact the editor: hsheadlines@jhu.edu.

Copyright and Permissions: The JHSPH Center for Health Security retains copyright for Health Security Headlines with all rights reserved, and the newsletter may not be adapted, reprinted, or otherwise reproduced without the permission of the JHSPH Center for Health Security. Requests to reproduce HSH should be emailed to the editor: hsheadlines@jhu.edu.

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To protect people’s health from epidemics and disasters and ensure that communities are resilient to major challenges.