Archived articles


Policy briefing
Prescription drug shortages force tough treatment decisions
Published June 5, 2023
Hopkins experts discuss current shortages in chemotherapy drugs, antibiotics, and other critical medicines—and how to overcome them
Artificial intelligence
This ChatGPT-inspired large language model speaks fluent finance
Published May 31, 2023
Mark Dredze, associate professor of computer science, discusses BloombergGPT, the first large language model built specifically for the finance industry
Artificial intelligence
AI's boundless promise—and potential dangers
Published May 22, 2023
Leading artificial intelligence experts grapple with complexities, opportunities that AI and data science bring to higher education
As COVID-19 emergency ends, Hopkins experts wary about next time
Published May 11, 2023
Several emergency declarations have ended, but panelists at Wednesday's virtual briefing agree that the pandemic isn't over, even as its severity has waned
Health Policy Forum
Lujan Grisham champions power of policy during JHU talk
Published May 9, 2023
New Mexico governor urges students to lean into public health policy to 'create a sea change for the country'
What does the end of the COVID federal emergency mean?
Published May 8, 2023
The federal government rolls back certain pandemic protections May 11. What are the ramifications? Johns Hopkins experts weigh in.
Health Policy Forum
JHU to host conversation with New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham
Published April 28, 2023
She will join Bloomberg School of Public Health Dean Ellen J. MacKenzie on May 5 to discuss strategies for leading on public health and policy issues
Opioid crisis
OTC Narcan: A big win for public health
Published April 3, 2023
Public health experts from Johns Hopkins share their insights on the FDA's approval of over-the-counter Narcan, which puts the lifesaving medicine in everyone's reach
Published Spring 2023