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Bloomberg Distinguished Professorships
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Established2013 (2013)
Websiteresearch.jhu.edu/bloomberg-distinguished-professorships/

Bloomberg Distinguished Professorships were established as part of a $350 million investment by Michael Bloomberg, Hopkins Class of 1964, to Johns Hopkins University in 2013. Fifty faculty members, ten from Johns Hopkins University and forty recruited from institutions worldwide, will be chosen for these endowed professorships based on their research, teaching, service, and leadership records.[1][2][3] In December 2021, it was announced that the program would double in size, with an additional fifty professors bringing the total to one hundred scholars, made possible by a new investment by Michael Bloomberg.[4] With recruitment beginning in 2022, the majority of the new professors will be recruited to work in clusters. These faculty-developed interdisciplinary clusters will recruit Bloomberg Distinguished Professors and junior faculty to Johns Hopkins University with the aim of conducting transformational research in crucial areas.[5]

The Bloomberg Distinguished Professorship program is directed and managed by Johns Hopkins University Vice Provost for Research, Dr. Denis Wirtz.[6] As of January 2022, 54[7] Bloomberg Distinguished Professorships have been announced.[8][9][10]

Purpose[edit]

The professorships will create interdisciplinary connections and collaborations across Johns Hopkins University, train and mentor undergraduate and graduate students, and strengthen the university's leadership in research fields of international interest.[2][8][11] Each of the Bloomberg Distinguished Professors will be appointed in at least two divisions or disciplines.[12][13] The program aims to bridge traditional research disciplines in order to tackle complex problems such as cancer, urban poverty, and health disparities.[14]

Bloomberg Distinguished Professors[edit]

Professor Professorship Research Area Installation Year
Peter Agre Malaria[15] 2014[16]
Rexford S. Ahima Diabetes[17] 2016[18]
James Bellingham Exploration Robotics[19] 2021[7]
Charles L. Bennett Space, Experimental Astrophysics & Cosmology[20] 2015[21]
Otis Brawley Oncology and Epidemiology[22] 2019[23]
Filipe Campante Political Economy & Governance[24] 2018[25]
Christopher Cannon Medieval Literature and Culture[26] 2017[27]
Arturo Casadevall Molecular Microbiology & Immunology and Infectious Diseases[28] 2015[29]
Nilanjan Chatterjee Biostatistics and Genetic Epidemiology[30] 2015[31]
Rama Chellappa Computer Vision and Machine Learning[32] 2020[33]
Christopher G. Chute Health Informatics[34] 2015[29]
Jeffery Coller RNA Biology and Therapeutics[35] 2020[36]
Lisa Cooper Equity in Health and Healthcare[37] 2016[38]
Jessica Fanzo Global Food and Agriculture Ethics and Policy[39] 2015[40]
Andrew Feinberg Epigenetics[41] 2015[21]
Paul Ferraro Human Behavior and Public Policy[42] 2015[43]
Jessica Gill Trauma Recovery Biomarkers[44] 2021[45]
Rachel Green Biology & Genetics[46] 2017[47]
Taekjip Ha Single-molecule Biophysics[48] 2015[40]
Richard L. Huganir Neuroscience & Brain Sciences[49] 2018[50]
Lawrence Jackson English and History[51] 2017[52]
Patricia Janak Associative Learning and Addiction[53] 2014[54]
Odis Johnson Social Policy and STEM Equity[55] 2021[56]
Yannís G. Kevrekidis Modeling and Dynamic Behavior of Complex Systems[57] 2017[58]
Daeyeol Lee Neuroeconomics[59] 2019[60]
Ellen MacKenzie Traumatic Injury and Rehabilitation Health Services[61] 2017[62]
Mauro Maggioni Data Intensive Computation[63] 2016[64]
Kathryn McDonald Health Systems, Quality and Safety[65] 2020[66]
Stephen L. Morgan Sociology and Education[67] 2014[54]
Ulrich Mueller Hearing Loss & Brain Development[68] 2016[69]
Edward Pearce Immunobiology[70] 2020[71]
Eliana Perrin Primary Care[72] 2021[73]
Erika Pearce Immunology and Cellular Metabolism[74] 2020[75]
Hanna Pickard Philosophy and Bioethics[76] 2019[77]
Ian Phillips Philosophy & Psychological and Brain Sciences[78] 2019[79]
Daniel Polsky Health Economics[80] 2019[81]
Adam Riess Observational Cosmology & Dark Energy[82] 2016[83]
Kathleen M. Sutcliffe Organizational Theory & Patient Safety[84] 2014[54]
Steven Salzberg Computational Biology & Genomics[85] 2015[29]
Michael Schatz Computational Biology & Oncology[86] 2016[87]
Jeremy Shiffman Global Health Policy[88] 2018[89]
David Sing Exoplanetary Physics[90] 2018[91]
Sabine Stanley Planetary Physics[92] 2017[93]
Alex Szalay Big Data[94] 2015[29]
Michael Tsapatsis Nanomaterials[95] 2018[96]
Vesla Weaver Racial Politics & Criminal Justice[97] 2017[98]
Ashani Weeraratna Cancer Biology[99] 2019[100]
Carl Wu Chromatin Biology & Biochemistry[101] 2016[102]
Alan Yuille Computational Cognitive Science[103] 2015[40]

Former Bloomberg Distinguished Professors[edit]

Professor Professorship Research Area Years Active
Kathryn Edin Inequality and Social Policy 2014 - 2018
Carol W. Greider Molecular Biology[104] 2014[16] - 2020
Rong Li Cell Dynamics[105] 2015[40] - 2022
Nilabh Shastri Immunology and Pathogenesis[106] 2018[107] - 2020
Matthew Kahn Economics and Business[108] 2019[109] - 2021

Clusters[edit]

Advancing Racial Equity in Health, Housing, and Education[110]

Artificial Intelligence and Society[111]

Climate, Resilience, and Health[112]

Brain Resilience Across the Lifespan[113]

Hub for Imaging and Quantum Technologies[114]

Epigenome Sciences[115]

Preparing and Responding to Emerging Pandemics[116]

Knowledge to Action and the Business of Health[117]

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