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Our Work

The Center for Health Security undertakes projects, collaborations, and initiatives to examine how scientific and technological innovations can strengthen health security.

Together, we:

  • Conduct research and analysis on major domestic and international health security issues.
  • Engage with researchers, the policymaking community, and the private sector to make progress in the field
  • Convene expert working groups, congressional seminars, scientific meetings, conferences, and tabletop exercises to stimulate new thinking and provoke action
  • E a rising generation of scholars, practitioners, and policymakers

COVID-19

Our experts are closely following and analyzing updates on this outbreak.

View the Center's COVID-19 resources page.

 

Projects

Based on demand from government leaders, health agencies, and health security experts, we conduct independent research to identify potential threats and develop evidence-based policy advice on potential ways to avoid or solve global health security risks.

View the Center's projects.

 

Publications

Our analysis and research are often published as peer-reviewed journal articles, in-depth reports, policy analysis, issue briefs, meeting reports, testimony and briefings, or perspective pieces.

View the Center's publications.

 

Testimonies & Briefings

Our experts provide testimony and briefings on important developments and issues in health security and biosecurity.

View the testimonies & briefings.

 

Events

Our meetings provide national and international fora for discussing priorities, challenges, and policy implications in health security.

View the Center's past events.

 

Tabletop Exercises

The Center hosts a series of tabletop exercises to illustrate the high-level strategic decisions and policies stakeholders will need to pursue to diminish the consequences of a severe pandemic.

View the Center's exercises.

 

Emerging Leaders in Biosecurity Fellowship (ELBI)

The Emerging Leaders in Biosecurity Fellowship is an opportunity for talented career professionals and graduate students to deepen their expertise, expand their professional networks, and build leadership skills through a series of sponsored events coordinated by our Center. This highly competitive part-time program boasts more than 160 alumni from a wide variety of organizations in government, the private sector, and academia. Together, they represent the next generation of leaders in the biosecurity community.

Learn about the Emerging Leaders in Biosecurity Fellowship.

 

Education and training

Our Center provides education and academic training focused on Health Security for students at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.. The Center teaches coursework, provides practice opportunities, supports a PhD health security track in the Department of Environmental Health and Engineering, and offers scholarships for students interested in the field, fellowships, and networking opportunities.

Learn more about education opportunities.

 

Journal: Health Security

Dr. Thomas Inglesby is the editor-in-chief of the peer-reviewed journal that ranks among the top 10 journals in international relations.

Learn more about our Health Security Journal.

 

The Capitol Hill Steering Committee on Pandemic Preparedness & Health Security

The Capitol Hill Steering Committee on Pandemic Preparedness & Health Security is an educational forum to discuss new topics, technologies, and ideas that can improve domestic health security now and in the future. It convenes staff from congressional offices, federal agencies, and the invited public focused on strengthening US health security.

Learn more about The Capitol Hill Steering Committee on Pandemic Preparedness & Health Security.

 

Our Mission

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