Hopkins Taps Veteran Professor Ellen J. McKenzie to Run Bloomberg School of Public Health


By Ethan McLeod, Baltimore Fishbowl

Ellen J. McKenzie

After serving on the Johns Hopkins University faculty for the last 38 years, Professor Ellen J. McKenzie will take the helm of the Bloomberg School of Public Health as dean this fall.

McKenzie will be the school’s 11th-ever dean. She’ll step into her new role on Oct. 1, replacing Michael Klag, who’s stepping down after serving in that post since 2005.

“My love for the field of public health and the school started as a graduate student in biostatistics and I have never looked back,” MacKenzie said in a statement. “To think I am now in the position to help guide us into the next 100 years of our history is incredibly humbling, but energizing at the same time.”


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