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Admissions
17:14
Thank you for joining today’s session! Please use the chat box to ask questions.
Valeri Oben Mbi
17:26
Hi all
Valeri Oben Mbi
17:38
Oben from Cameroon
Xinran Qi
25:23
Hi! 请问有国内的小伙伴们吗!
Maria Mushi
25:37
Sorry I am applying to International Social and Behavioral health so that is different track from Infectious disease track right?
Drkhan iPhone
28:14
Is ielts mandatory to apply for epidemiology faculty ?
Fran (she/her) Burman
29:02
Non-native English speakers do need to supply an English language test (TOEFL, IELTS, or another offered)
Harini Kadambi
29:52
what is the advantage of a STEM-approved epi program?
Fran (she/her) Burman
30:25
For students on visas, the STEM questions comes up.
Sharon Alicia
30:35
Is GRE score mandatory to apply for GDEC program?
Admissions
30:49
phHouse Next Week! https://publichealth.jhu.edu/offices-and-services/office-of-admissions-services/information-sessions-and-open-house#open-house
Harini Kadambi
31:45
is there an advantage to providing one?
sidra raihan
31:45
I wanted to quickly check if the MS Genetic Counselling and MS Biostats falls under this webinar. I am sorry, if I have joined the wrong webinar
Admissions
31:50
GRE Requirements-https://publichealth.jhu.edu/offices-and-services/office-of-admissions-services/standardized-tests
Harini Kadambi
31:51
providing GRE that is
Adil Sarvar
32:11
if we are clear through the OET, is IELTS/TOEFL required?
Sharon Alicia
32:30
Thank you!
Xinran Qi
32:30
what’s the link for that health economics
Xinran Qi
32:47
Could you please help us provide it ? Thanks 😊
Drkhan iPhone
32:55
What about OET , do you accept that for English language proficiency?
Dany Chhan
32:57
@Cristina, would you be able to share the link to register for the session tomorrow?
Admissions
32:59
Hi Sidra, Thank you for your question. Those program are not part of the session, but will be included in the Open House next week
sidra raihan
33:40
Thanks!
Fran (she/her) Burman
34:07
Fran Burman FranBurman@jhu.edu Epidemiology: https://publichealth.jhu.edu/departments/epidemiologyMPH Program: mphprog@jhu.eduhttps://publichealth.jhu.edu/academics/mphGail O’Connor gail@jhu.edu and Alex Kim akim55@jhmi.eduhttps://publichealth.jhu.edu/departments/w-harry-feinstone-department-of-molecular-microbiology-and-immunologyCristina Salazar csalazar@jhu.edu International Health:https://publichealth.jhu.edu/departments/international-healthPlease register for our Open House next week:
Agness Mchome
34:41
I am an international students and I have a Masters degree from a US University, is the English score still necessary?
Fran (she/her) Burman
35:13
McGill teaches in English so, not necessarily...
Aminyene Meraiyebu
35:14
what are the Application requirements for international students ,can we get a link
Daniel Iddrisu
35:14
Do I need to contact faculty in the PhD in International Health program before I apply?
Admissions
35:40
Here is the link for the International Health Session happening tomorrow! https://applygrad.jhu.edu/register/?id=ade6ff17-5376-4f1d-80cf-99a42b73b26b
Gail O'Connor
36:00
Gail O'Connor (MM) gail@jhu.edu
Abdul Razak Iddriss Mahmud
36:15
hi
Cristina Salazar
36:16
The info session for International Health is tomorrow 10/1 at 12pm EDT here: https://jh.zoom.us/j/93684007173
+233501595899
36:41
i am from Ghana, I am bachelors degree holder and I studied Biochemistry.
Dany Chhan
36:43
Great, registered. Thanks @Admission and @Cristina
Abdul Razak Iddriss Mahmud
37:18
If my transcripts are on a 4.0 basis and in English, do I still need to submit a credential evaluation of my transcripts?
Doug Davis
37:59
How do the MPH and MSPH degree programs at JHU really differ?
Danyion Reagan (he/him/his)
38:05
In the epidemiology department, do you guys have or provide social epidemiology courses?
Lilly
38:09
Is IELTS and TOEFL requirement meant to be submitted before the deadline given..??
Drkhan iPhone
38:27
I have completed my applied clinical research from McMaster university , so still I have to fulfill the English language proficiency
iPhone
38:30
I’m interested in pursuing a PHD in biostatistics.Im in the process of completing my thesis for my MPH epidemiology in Kenya .Is this option available?Im sorry I joined the session a bit late.Thanks for the work you are doing.
Zhifei Chen
38:44
Is higher TOFEL score more preferable, or it is fine to meet the requirement?
Emily Lecea
39:02
how does a master of health science and a master of science in epidemiology differ
Harini Kadambi
39:04
I am a biological/environmental engineer interested in Food Systems & Global Environment Sustainability & Health and Infectious diseases. Did you mention there was an MSPH vs MPH? There were a lot of acronyms thrown out
Admissions
39:05
Here is information about how to apply to our programs: https://publichealth.jhu.edu/offices-and-services/office-of-admissions-services/how-to-apply
Adil Sarvar
39:07
what about OET instead of TOEFL/IELTS
+233501595899
39:11
can we get the link to the application please?
Treenee Davis
39:17
As I want to do this program online (if offered), is it possible to complete within a year and a half?
Harini Kadambi
39:29
how does a master of health science and a master of science in epidemiology differ
Drkhan iPhone
39:35
I have completed my applied clinical research from McMaster university , so still I have to fulfill the English language proficiency
Oluwakemi
39:47
I'm applying for Dr of public health, with an MPH degree, however I don't have work experience in public health, would I be eligible to apply?
Shawn Lawrentz
41:03
Is there a supplemental application to submit along with the SOPHAS application?
Mea Olympio
41:05
Do we have to take the Toefl if we did our undergraduate studies in an English speaking country. For a master's in international health that is?
Priyanka Singh
41:42
Can you write all the English tests accepted?
Priyanka Singh
41:46
Thank you
Admissions
42:32
The application link can be found here: https://sophas.liaisoncas.com/applicant-ux/#/login
Yvette Unoarumhi
42:35
What is the diversity outlook of your departments? Thank You
Liz Rogers
42:41
Is it alright to submit our application through SOPHAS for both Epidemiology and MMI if we have interests in both?
Madeleine Bartzak
43:11
What concentration in DrPH is most applicable to Infectious Diseases
Alejandro Alonso
43:49
Don´t know if you have already talked about it, but can you talk a bit about funding or stipend for the PhD,
Oluwakemi
43:55
must the 3 years work experience be public health related, I have 3 years work experience but not in public health
Admissions
44:06
English exam and details for international applicants can be found here: https://publichealth.jhu.edu/offices-and-services/office-of-admissions-services/international-applicants
Ariyibi Solomon (Paediatrics)
44:07
what minimum scores in IELTS are acceptable for PhD?
Fran (she/her) Burman
46:12
our school minimum for the IELTS is 7
Rose M Byrd
46:22
Gail, is there a clinical research component to R3?
Adil Sarvar
47:09
can you send a link to view about all the tuition fees for all specific programs ?
Admissions
47:52
Tuition Information-https://publichealth.jhu.edu/offices-and-services/office-of-admissions-services/international-applicants
Ariyibi Solomon (Paediatrics)
48:10
I did Masters in Tropical Paediatrics, not exactly in Public Health. Can I apply for PhD infectious disease with this?
Madeleine Bartzak
48:15
Is there an opportunity to connect 1:1 with questions about thedifference between DrPH concentrations
Fran (she/her) Burman
48:56
the Mph and DrPH programs will present next week
Adil Sarvar
49:20
can you also send the link for stating who are all qualified to get a scholarship ?
Admissions
49:31
Hi Madeleine! Yes, you can connect with our DrPH program at JHSPH-DRPH@jhu.edu
Elvis Egwu
50:30
Is it possible to round up the Doctorate program in Epi in 3+ years
Admissions
50:36
Here is information about our scholarships-https://publichealth.jhu.edu/offices-and-services/office-of-admissions-services/funding-and-scholarships
Elvis Egwu
50:49
For those that have a Mac degree?
Elvis Egwu
51:10
Msc°
Taryn Mallonee (Admissions)
51:25
To learn more about the School and other programs offered, please join us for our Virtual Open House next Friday, October 8. Information and registration can be found here: https://publichealth.jhu.edu/offices-and-services/office-of-admissions-services/information-sessions-and-open-house#open-house
Ariyibi Solomon (Paediatrics)
51:29
I did Masters in Tropical Paediatrics, not exactly in Public Health. Can I apply for PhD infectious disease with this?
Divya Saini
52:18
Can we pursue these degrees (ScM/PhD) along with an MPH..sort of like a dual degree? Sorry, I am just a little unclear if these would be MPH concentrations or they are separate degrees and if they are can done together..
Nusrat-E-Mozid
52:24
After short listed do we need to go for interview for doctoral program?
Admissions
52:37
IDARE Information-https://publichealth.jhu.edu/offices-and-services/office-of-inclusion-diversity-anti-racism-and-equity-idare
Cristina Salazar
52:53
https://publichealth.jhu.edu/departments/international-health/about/diversity-and-inclusion
Admissions
55:16
Vivien Thomas Scholarship- https://provost.jhu.edu/about/vivien-thomas-scholars-initiative/
Admissions
56:40
MPH Curriculum-https://publichealth.jhu.edu/academics/mph/curriculum
Diwas Bam
57:13
How would the coursework in PhD in GDEC differ from PhD in infectious disease epidemiology ?
ericgaines
58:42
I know this question is off topic, does acceptance into the DrPH program qualify for the Vivian Thomas Scholarship?
Harini Kadambi
58:43
2 years of public health work experience specifically?
Augustine Dada
58:46
I understand that the PhD in GDEC is currently not a STEM recognized program, however, is there a chance of this changing soon?
Leigh Jacques
59:03
For the Doctoral Programs in Epidemiology the website mentioned a future option coming for the DrPH with an Epidemiology concentration, could you provide more information on this and how it may differ from the PhD?
Cristina Salazar
59:11
@Augustine, not any time soon. sorry
Zhifei Chen
59:36
Can we defer for a year?
Fran (she/her) Burman
01:00:08
Fran Burman FranBurman@jhu.edu Epidemiology: https://publichealth.jhu.edu/departments/epidemiologyMPH Program: mphprog@jhu.eduhttps://publichealth.jhu.edu/academics/mph
Admissions
01:01:47
Country List-https://publichealth.jhu.edu/offices-and-services/office-of-admissions-services/international-applicants/english-speaking-country-list
Adil Sarvar
01:02:07
but the OET is an english test required by the USMLE and NBME to apply for residency. I wonder why it is not included in your program instead of TOEFL/IELTS
Nikki Mastrud
01:04:47
Should specific faculty be identified for Masters programs as well? Or is that more for PhD programs only?
Daniel Iddrisu
01:04:59
@Cristina, what if I have a master’s degree from a US University and and from English speaking country, and now applying for the PhD program in International Health, do I still need to take the English proficiency test?
Leigh Jacques
01:05:09
Thank you!
Cristina Salazar
01:06:00
@Daniel, email me with the master’s degree and the university and I check to see what the English requirement is in that university. If it is less than our school’s minimum, you will have to submit an English proficiency test score
Prabhavi Denagamage
01:06:13
About how many PhD students (in epidemiology) will be admitted?
Ayana Paul
01:06:18
I'm curious about research community. How much collaboration takes place between labs and departments (ie Epidemiology and Molecular Bio and Immunology)?
Cristina Salazar
01:06:48
Great question @Ayana. We will answer this!
Muriel Samuels
01:07:08
Do you have to have an MPH to apply for a PhD?
Michele Niendorf
01:08:36
How many students are admitted for the MSPH human nutrition/registered dietitian program?
Oluwakemi
01:10:27
do I need to have a publication to apply for PhD
Muriel Samuels
01:11:08
Wait..can you repeat what you’d said about Nutrition PhD?
Gail O'Connor
01:11:52
For MMI, a publication is not required. You would be required to be 1st author on a paper during your time with us.
Gail O'Connor
01:12:16
I should specify: Publication is not required at the time of application.
Ritweeka Shrestha
01:12:28
Hello. I was wondering if it possible to pursue the MPH degree part time at the university instead of part-time online?
Ayana Paul
01:12:30
Thank you @Cristina Salazar! Also, can I be directed to career development resources that are available to PhD students? I'm having trouble finding this information.
Fran (she/her) Burman
01:13:13
Career Servicces: https://publichealth.jhu.edu/offices-and-services/office-of-student-affairs/career-services
Ayana Paul
01:13:41
Thank you @Fran Burman!
Muriel Samuels
01:14:11
Thank you..can you send the link for the MSPH Nutrition pl
Liz Rogers
01:15:46
Thank you!
Farah Dharamshi
01:15:51
Thank you!!!
Aminyene Meraiyebu
01:15:54
thank you
Moges Tesfaye
01:15:56
Thank you!
Ebenezer Adeoti
01:15:58
Thank you
Oluwakemi
01:16:02
thank you
Muna Adhikari
01:16:03
Thank you!
Mukasa Kabiri
01:16:04
Thank you
Shailajaha Kumareson
01:16:04
Thank You for the session. It was very insightful
Carmen Juliana Villamizar Jaimes
01:16:04
Thank you very much!!
Harini Kadambi
01:16:06
thank you
Nasiha Hussain
01:16:08
Thank you so much!
Elvis Egwu
01:16:08
Thank you
Nikki Mastrud
01:16:13
Thank you!
Sharon Alicia
01:16:15
Thank you!
Admissions
01:16:16
Open House Next week- https://publichealth.jhu.edu/offices-and-services/office-of-admissions-services/information-sessions-and-open-house#open-house
Muhammad Salihu
01:16:17
Thanks a lot
Olufemi Olumeyan
01:16:18
Thank you
Ma. Paulina Francesca Del Mundo
01:16:18
Thank you!
Ayana Paul
01:16:21
Thank you!
Yu-Tseng Lin
01:16:21
Thank you!!
Lilly
01:16:28
Thank you