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  • William Henry Welch - Heroes of Public Health - History - About - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Practice Training Learn More Johns Hopkins Public Health Magazine Summer Issue 2015 Read More or Subscribe Home About History Heroes of Public Health William Henry Welch William Henry Welch MD William H Welch earned his A B from Yale University in 1870 and his M D from the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1875 He served as an intern at Bellevue Hospital then studied at the European universities of Strasbourg Leipzig Breslau and Berlin from 1876 to 1878 While abroad he was instructed and influenced by many of the leading scientific figures in Europe including Cohnheim and Flugge After his return to Bellevue Hospital Medical College Welch assumed an appointment as professor of pathological anatomy and general pathology In 1884 Welch agreed to accept positions at the hospital and school of medicine that were being organized at Johns Hopkins As Baxley Professor of Pathology and pathologist in chief of the hospital Welch attracted many bright and productive graduate students to his laboratory In his career as pathologist he discovered the organism named Bacillus welchii that causes gas gangrene and he also conducted significant research in a number of other areas including diphtheria pneumonia and immunity infection problems A man of remarkable administrative talents Welch demonstrated his leadership in many areas of the health divisions of Johns Hopkins he held posts at the School of Hygiene and Public Health as well as the Hospital and the School of Medicine He served as dean of the medical faculty and was the first director of the School of Hygiene and Public Health and the Institute of the History of Medicine Welch also took an active role in national and international medical affairs In 1896 Welch founded the Journal of Experimental Medicine He was elected president of the Congress of American

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  • Bloomberg School Celebrates 20th Year of #1 Ranking
    Health W Harry Feinstone Dept of Molecular Microbiology Immunology Population Family Reproductive Health Research Centers Institutes Global Projects Institutional Review Board Faculty Directory SciVal Experts Research Profiles SciVal Funding Student Life Events Activities Housing Dining Fitness Center International Students Career Services Visit Life in Baltimore Office of Student Life Student Assembly SOURCE Student Outreach Resource Center Sustainability Transportation Graduation Office of Student Affairs Practice Training Practice for Faculty Practice for Students Practice for Professionals Continuing Education Contact Us Online Trainings Graduate Training Programs in Clinical Investigation Mid Atlantic Public Health Training Center News About Us News Releases Stories Subscriptions Social Media Giving Ways to Give Make a Gift How Your Gift Helps Donor Stories Rising to the Challenge Contact Us FAQs Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff JHSPH Alumni Public Health Professionals Protecting Health Saving Lives Millions at a Time News About Us News Releases Stories 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 Subscribe Social Media Channels Public Health On the Inside Our exclusive podcast about public health practice Listen to the Podcast Johns Hopkins Public Health Videos Watch Now Johns Hopkins Public Health Magazine Summer Issue 2015 Read More or Subscribe Home News Stories 2013 Bloomberg School Celebrates 20th Year of 1 Ranking March 14 2013 Bloomberg School Celebrates 20th Year of 1 Ranking Facebook Twitter Google Linked In Email The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has been the highest ranked school of public health in the United States since 1994 2014 Best Graduate School Rankings which included new evaluations for schools of business law medicine engineering and education in addition to standing rankings in several other categories including public health U S News World Report recently released its The report s annual release marks

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  • The Dean’s Welcome - Centennial 2016 - About - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Releases Stories Subscriptions Social Media Giving Ways to Give Make a Gift How Your Gift Helps Donor Stories Rising to the Challenge Contact Us FAQs Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff JHSPH Alumni Public Health Professionals Protecting Health Saving Lives Millions at a Time A Century of Saving Lives The Dean s Welcome Centennial Highlights History Centennial Scholars Get Involved Planning Committees Centennial Calendar History A century of public health firsts Learn more Events A Centennial year to remember Learn more Contact US Learn more Home About Centennial 2016 The Dean s Welcome The Dean s Welcome The School s Centennial celebration is just around the corner and we ve planned a year s worth of events to recognize this remarkable institution Preliminary discussions about the Centennial began nearly a decade ago The centenary celebration that s fast approaching has taken shape over the past four years thanks to the work of our tireless Centennial committees They have put together a diverse and exciting itinerary of local and global events to recognize the School s accomplishments of the past 100 years and to chart the path in public health for the next century Celebrations are scheduled throughout the 2015 2016 academic year and will conclude on June 13 2016 the School s official birthday The Centennial is also an opportunity to celebrate our ranking this year as the No 1 graduate school of public health by U S News World Report a position we have held for more than 20 years Building on our legacy of pioneering public health the School s research spans the globe across 130 countries seeking answers to the most pressing public health questions of our time How can we harness the latest technology to improve health What will

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  • Centennial Highlights - Centennial 2016 - About - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Centennial 2016 Centennial Highlights Centennial Highlights The Bloomberg School will celebrate its Centennial throughout the 2015 2016 academic year with an itinerary of exciting and informative activities The year will conclude on June 13 2016 the School s official birthday with a schoolwide celebration befitting a century of public health innovation and impact It will be a Centennial year to remember 100 alumni dinners around the world department celebrations a second book on the School s history programs on the future of public health and more Opportunities abound for students faculty staff alumni and friends of the School to be a part of the year long celebration at the School s Baltimore campus and around the world Here s a partial list of Centennial programs and events Centennial Kickoff The festivities commence June 29 2015 with the arrival of the first students on campus the Centennial MPH Class of 2016 A Centennial launch will also take place in early September 2015 as the Bloomberg School student community returns to campus in full force Centennial Fun Festival A daylong kickoff celebration on September 9 2015 for the School s current faculty staff and students Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Concert A collaboration between the BSO and the School s Center for Public Health and Human Rights to present a musical adaptation of the NPR radio series The Hidden World of Girls on May 6 2016 Around the World in 100 Dinners Members of the School s global network of nearly 20 000 alumni faculty staff and students will host 100 dinners around the world Department Feature Months Each of the School s 10 departments and the MPH Program will hold their own Centennial focused events The School s History Volume Two Publication of the School s history from 1935 to 1985 is planned

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  • History - Centennial 2016 - About - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Staff JHSPH Alumni Public Health Professionals Protecting Health Saving Lives Millions at a Time A Century of Saving Lives The Dean s Welcome Centennial Highlights History Centennial Wallpaper Calendars Centennial Scholars Get Involved Planning Committees Centennial Calendar History A century of public health firsts Learn more Events A Centennial year to remember Learn more Contact US Learn more Home About Centennial 2016 History History Since its founding in 1916 as the first independent graduate school of public health the School has been making public health history Defined by academic excellence pioneering research and the translation of knowledge into practice the School has been at the vanguard of public health for a century providing population level solutions to urgent public health problems around the world There have been many firsts along the way a record that illustrates the breadth and depth of the School s mission and cements its legacy of trailblazing work to advance public health Ten Firsts in Ten Decades 1917 The School establishes the first departments of Immunology and Epidemiology worldwide 1936 The U S Public Health Service awards the first federal public health training grant to the School 10 000 annually for a graduate program in syphilis control 1945 The School becomes the first public health school in the segregated South to end racially discriminatory admissions policies with the admission of Reginald G James the first African American graduate of the School 1950 The School establishes the first Department of Environmental Medicine 1961 With a grant from the United States Agency for International Development the School establishes the first academic unit in international health which becomes a department in 1967 1974 Susan P Baker MPH 68 develops the Injury Severity Score a key tool in injury prevention 1982 Alfred Sommer MD MHS 73 discovers the link between

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  • Centennial Scholars - Centennial 2016 - About - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Profiles SciVal Funding Student Life Events Activities Housing Dining Fitness Center International Students Career Services Visit Life in Baltimore Office of Student Life Student Assembly SOURCE Student Outreach Resource Center Sustainability Transportation Graduation Office of Student Affairs Practice Training Practice for Faculty Practice for Students Practice for Professionals Continuing Education Contact Us Online Trainings Graduate Training Programs in Clinical Investigation Mid Atlantic Public Health Training Center News About Us News Releases Stories Subscriptions Social Media Giving Ways to Give Make a Gift How Your Gift Helps Donor Stories Rising to the Challenge Contact Us FAQs Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff JHSPH Alumni Public Health Professionals Protecting Health Saving Lives Millions at a Time A Century of Saving Lives The Dean s Welcome Centennial Highlights History Centennial Scholars Centennial Scholars FAQs Student Support Get Involved Planning Committees Centennial Calendar History A century of public health firsts Learn more Events A Centennial year to remember Learn more Contact US Learn more Home About Centennial 2016 Centennial Scholars Centennial Scholars The Centennial is an opportunity to recognize the School s generous supporters and emphasize Dean Michael J Klag s top fundraising priority increasing student scholarship support We educate mentor and inspire our students to do great things And they have for nearly a century Yet for students who seek the best public health education to make the greatest impact in this world lack of financial resources is the most significant barrier they face To recruit and retain the world s most promising students the School aims to increase endowed scholarships to secure long term support while increasing aid for immediate impact In honor of our Centennial the just launched Centennial Scholars Program seeks to raise 1 million from 100 donors to recruit the world s

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  • Get Involved - Centennial 2016 - About - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Faculty Directory SciVal Experts Research Profiles SciVal Funding Student Life Events Activities Housing Dining Fitness Center International Students Career Services Visit Life in Baltimore Office of Student Life Student Assembly SOURCE Student Outreach Resource Center Sustainability Transportation Graduation Office of Student Affairs Practice Training Practice for Faculty Practice for Students Practice for Professionals Continuing Education Contact Us Online Trainings Graduate Training Programs in Clinical Investigation Mid Atlantic Public Health Training Center News About Us News Releases Stories Subscriptions Social Media Giving Ways to Give Make a Gift How Your Gift Helps Donor Stories Rising to the Challenge Contact Us FAQs Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff JHSPH Alumni Public Health Professionals Protecting Health Saving Lives Millions at a Time A Century of Saving Lives The Dean s Welcome Centennial Highlights History Centennial Scholars Get Involved Planning Committees Centennial Calendar History A century of public health firsts Learn more Events A Centennial year to remember Learn more Contact US Learn more Home About Centennial 2016 Get Involved Get Involved A year s worth of Centennial events offer opportunities for the entire Bloomberg School community to contribute to the success of this historic year The

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  • Planning Committees - Centennial 2016 - About - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    School of Public Health Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff JHSPH Alumni Public Health Professionals Protecting Health Saving Lives Millions at a Time A Century of Saving Lives The Dean s Welcome Centennial Highlights History Centennial Scholars Get Involved Planning Committees Centennial Calendar History A century of public health firsts Learn more Events A Centennial year to remember Learn more Contact US Learn more Home About Centennial 2016 Planning Committees Your Centennial Planning Committees The official Centennial planning efforts began in the fall of 2011 with the formation of the Centennial Advisory Committee chaired by Margaret Conn Himelfarb MPH 04 a member of the School s Health Advisory Board HAB Through its diverse public health management investment marketing communications and leadership skills this group has guided our early efforts and continues to lead us forward in our Centennial year The Centennial Working Committee including HAB members volunteers faculty students alumni and staff was convened in the fall of 2012 to launch phase two of Centennial planning The group held more than 100 meetings and other information gathering activities to solicit Centennial ideas Organizers then pared them down to an exciting centenary agenda based on the suggestions of faculty staff students alumni and donors We are grateful to everyone who has generously given their time and effort to make the year long celebration a reality and we offer special thanks to the Centennial planning leadership for their dedication to the School and commitment to its mission HAB Centennial Advisory Committee Dean Michael J Klag MD MPH 87 Margaret Conn Himelfarb MPH 04 Chair Ashok K Agarwal MD MPH 83 George L Bunting Jr Catharine C Kit Dorrier Manfred Eggersdorfer MD Irene Frary Donald A Henderson MD MPH 60 Kathy Ludwig Christopher I M Jones The Honorable James A Joseph Karl P

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