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Louis Burns came to Johns Hopkins University in 2018 to pursue a degree in international relations because of the school’s proximity to where he wanted to work: the nation’s capital. He got his wish, but not exactly as he envisioned. The Columbus, Ohio, native started his first Washington, D.C. internship on Capitol Hill on Feb. […]

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Nabiha Syed

As CEO of a new investigative journalism nonprofit called The Markup, Nabiha Syed occupies a prominent position on the front lines of one of Washington’s biggest policy concerns: Big Tech. The award-winning online news outlet’s motto—popular these days in Washington policymaking circles—is: “Big Tech Is Watching You. We Are Watching Big Tech.” Syed, 37, has already proven the […]

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Dr. Atul Grover

ATUL GROVER ADVOCATES FOR HEALTH POLICY SOLUTIONSWhen the Association of American Medical Colleges launched its Research and Action Institute in 2020, the national organization tapped one of its veteran executives, Atul Grover, to helm what he calls a “think—and do—tank.” The institute works to redefine intractable health policy issues that have been clouded by political propaganda and highlight meaningful and […]

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Congressman Kweisi Mfume

KWEISI MFUME CONTINUES TO PUSH FOR PROGRESSMfume, A&S ’84 (MLA), a Baltimore native who received a masters degree from JHU in 1984, returned to Congress in 2020 to represent Maryland’s 7th District. A lot has changed since 1996 when he left Congress to become the NAACP’s president and chief executive officer. Today, Democrats and Republicans […]

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555 Pennsylvania Avenue – Johns Hopkins in D.C.

555 Pennsylvania Avenue – Johns Hopkins in D.C. Coming soon! Opening in 2023, Johns Hopkins in D.C. will be a hub for knowledge, educational excellence, and influential discourse in the heart of the nation’s capital. The state-of-the-art facility will be a place to connect to fellow changemakers, collaborate, and contribute to national conversations. Mere steps […]

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Hopkins on the Hill

Hopkins on the Hill This biennial event showcases the impact, value, and range of federally funded research and programming that takes place across Johns Hopkins University and Medicine. Lawmakers, congressional staff, media and the general public can engage directly with scientists and their discoveries, including memorable, hands-on experiences. The last in-person event in 2019, which […]

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Congressional Briefing Series

Congressional Briefing Series In collaboration with the Office of Interdisciplinary Initiatives, Federal Strategy offers a bi-monthly series of briefings for bipartisan congressional staff on topics of national concern. These virtual events feature an interdisciplinary group of Johns Hopkins experts who provide up-to-the-minute insights and analysis followed by real-time Q&A, to inform discussions on the Hill […]

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Health Policy Forum

Health Policy Forum The Johns Hopkins Health Policy Forum is a virtual fireside chat–style discussion with luminaries shaping contemporary health policy. The forum is a high-impact conversation that occurs quarterly between policy influencers and Johns Hopkins leadership from the Bloomberg School of Public Health, the School of Nursing, Carey Business School, and Johns Hopkins Medicine.