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Homelessness: The Hidden Nutrition Issue

By Deviana W. Dewi, International Development PhD student at JHU School of Advanced International Studies and GFEPP Research Assistant

Diagnosis of Food Systems Worldwide Provides Guidance for Ensuring Healthy Diets and Environmental Sustainability

Prof. Fanzo co-authors paper drawing upon more than 600,000 data points to shape first-of-its-kind methodology

Internal Medicine Residents invited to submit applications for Jeremy Sugarman Award recognizing achievements in bioethics

JHU seeks to recognize housestaff for bioethics research achievement

Inclusive Transformation of Food Systems for Healthier Diets is More Crucial than Ever, for Better Health, and for Our Planet

By Destan Aytekin, International Health Human Nutrition PhD student at Bloomberg School of Public Health and GFEPP Research Assistant

Jessica Fanzo named to Group Seeking Systemic Solutions for Climate Change’s Impact on Food Systems

BIFAD assembles interdisciplinary global experts to address food security worldwide

GLIDE Recognizes Nelson Sewankambo for Outstanding Work in Global Bioethics

Ugandan physician and scholar receives award at biannual Oxford-Johns Hopkins Global Infectious Disease Ethics Collaborative conference

GLIDE Project Launches Gateway Providing Access to Infectious Disease Ethics Research

Berman Institute and University of Oxford colleagues collaborate with Wellcome Open Research

Q&A with Professor Seltzer: The Impact of COVID-19 on Children

Faculty assess the pandemic's long-range effect on their specialties within bioethics

Lauren Arora Hutchinson Named Inaugural Director of Dracopoulos-Bloomberg iDeas Lab

Award-winning BBC journalist and audio storyteller to shape Institute’s innovative public bioethics initiative

Professor Cynda Rushton to Receive AACN Award for Distinguished Career

Honor celebrates Rushton’s efforts to address moral injury and moral resilience and improve end-of-life care for patients and those who care for them

3rd Annual SNFBA Summer Course to focus on Ethics and Research: Lessons from the Pandemic

Applications open through April 11 for professionals working in institutions in Greece and the Balkans