2020 Annual Report
Remdesivir vials
Line outside of a liquor store
Annals of Internal Medicine
March 30, 2021

2020 was a year like no other. Learn what CCGHE discovered in our Annual Report.

March 24, 2021

Just Published in JAMA Network Open: In this retrospective analysis, remdesivir was associated with faster clinical improvement of COVID-19 in a cohort of predominantly non-White patients

March 10, 2021

This study by Samyra Cox and colleagues highlights the need for integrating effective alcohol interventions into TB care.

March 2, 2021

Dr. Matt Robinson and colleagues developed a real-time tool that can predict severe disease or death among COVID patients

COVID-19 Grand Rounds

This series offers clinical cases, in-depth literature reviews, & infectious disease expertise within Johns Hopkins School of Medicine relevant for the care of SARS-CoV-2 patients.


Effective implementation strategies are needed to increase engagement in HIV services in hyperendemic settings. We conducted a pragmatic cluster-randomized trial...


In pregnant women, studies are lacking on the relationship of vegetable and animal flesh (poultry, red meat and seafood) intake with inflammation...

Dr. Matthew Robinson

Fox New 45 (Baltimore): Dr. Matt Robinson discusses the SCARP tool, which can predict patients' risk of severe COVID disease and death.

Dr. Kathleen Page

WBAL TB News: "This is basic public health. You go to where people are and you make it as easy as you can. . . "

Dr. Kathleen Page

Mirage News: “Unsanitary and crowded centers like those in Formosa can . . .  undermine basic human rights, and erode the trust in public health . . . “

Kathleen Page

The Guardian: Opinion: Vaccine hesitancy among immigrant communities and people of color is a genuine issue. But the larger problem isn’t hesitancy – it’s access

Dr. Robert Bollinger

CNBC: Dr. Bolllinger discusses COVID-19 variants and what's known about the AstraZeneca vaccine

Dr. Kathleen Page

Dr. Page: "If Latinos and Blacks are not receiving vaccinations, the consequences could be troubling for public health."