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Faculty & Research

Johns Hopkins School of Nursing faculty are internationally recognized for their expertise. Key areas of research include cardiovascular health; disease prevention and risk reduction; women’s health; care at end of life; community-based health promotion; and health care for diverse populations.

Many Perspectives, One Goal

The School of Nursing faculty is diverse in its makeup, areas of interest, and nursing expertise but united in a passion for shaping the next generation of gifted, driven researchers and caregivers. For information on ongoing research and research opportunities with our faculty please click here.

Featured Experts


Aging, Big Data, Dementia, Disparities, End of Life, Equity, Gerontology, Palliative Care, Quantitative Research Methods/stats, Research Design, Social Determinants of Health


Pain/Symptom Management


Acute/Critical Care, Administration/Health Systems Mngmt, Big Data, Business, Chronic Care, Community, Education, Global, Health Technology, Interprofessional, Pain/Symptom Management, Pulmonary, Quantitative Research, Research Design, Safety, Simulation, Surgical, Tracheostomy, Violence

Our Research

The mission of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing is to improve the health of individuals and diverse communities locally and globally through leadership and excellence in education, research, practice, and service.

The academic rigor of our programs, the extraordinary nursing scholarship of our faculty, and our reputation for shaping nursing graduates who are leaders in their profession position us as the top graduate school of nursing in the United States.