Collaborators

Our group collaborates with colleagues within and external to Johns Hopkins on a variety of projects.

Colleagues

John W. Ayers
John W. Ayers is an epidemiologist whose work is at the intersection of Internet technologies and, chronic disease and health promotion research. He harnesses an array of digital databases, including Internet search queries, news media, social media, and online networks (e.g., Facebook) that he mines using advanced statistical methods and social science theory. Beginning in 2011, he led the first effort to apply such data to non-infectious diseases by forecasting the popularity of electronic cigarettes, a prediction that has been actualized in the time since.

David Broniatowski
Dr. David Broniatowski is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering at George Washington University. He conducts research in decision-making under risk, group decision-making, system architecture, and behavioral epidemiology. This research program draws upon a wide range of techniques including formal mathematical modeling, experimental design, automated text analysis and natural language processing, social and technical network analysis, and big data.

Centers

Center for Advanced Modeling (CAM)
The Johns Hopkins Center for Advanced Modeling (CAM) is a University-wide research center devoted to transformative synthetic modeling across the social, behavioral, and health sciences.

Center for Population Health IT (CPHIT)
The Center for Population Health IT (CPHIT) is an interdisciplinary research and development center at Johns Hopkins. CPHIT seeks to improve the health and well-being of populations by advancing the state-of-the-art of Health IT across public and private health organizations and systems.

Institute for Global Tobacco Control (IGTC)
The Institute for Global Tobacco Control's (IGTC) mission is to prevent death and disease from tobacco products by generating evidence to support effective tobacco control interventions. Operating within the three-pillar framework of knowledge generation, synthesis and translation, evaluation and surveillance, and capacity building, IGTC's goal is to reduce tobacco use globally.