Health care is expensive in the U.S., but why? Medical student Dianela Perdomo discusses how inflation and other factors influence rising costs.
This summer has brought hope and despair. Here are a few things you can do to cope.
COVID-19 took an emotional toll on medical students. Government grants, reduced interest rates and paused interest collection offered some financial relief. Why couldn’t we make those changes permanent?
Dominique Mortel, neurology fellow, describes her experience completing her neurology residency to joining the first global health neurology fellowship with Johns Hopkins and the pandemic.
Luis Monsalve, graduate of the Bloomberg School of Public Health, gives a firsthand look into his experiences working on Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine trial and his new role in vaccine distribution with Jhpiego.
Game on! Despite COVID-19 shutting down Hopkins’ sports leagues, the GRO’s e-sports league offers a quarantine-friendly avenue for students to compete and socialize.
Curious about how your brain is processing the experience of the pandemic? Johns Hopkins graduate student Emily Han launched a podcast to explore the neuroscience behind pandemic emotions.
Like most front-line health care workers, resident Mark Lieber is now fully vaccinated against COVID-19. He discusses why he’s still wearing a mask.
With folks stuck at home, pet adoption rates have skyrocketed. Graduate student Carli Jones shares her experience fostering animals during the pandemic.
The COVID-19 vaccine campaign will last for months, if not longer — it took over a hundred years for vaccination to wipe out smallpox. By examining how smallpox vaccination succeeded and failed, we can learn what may happen with the COVID-19 vaccine rollout and how to address potential pitfalls.