Behavior and Health

The Center for Behavior and Health is building a community of scholars and clinicians at Johns Hopkins to tackle one of medicine’s biggest challenges in the 21st century: changing behavior to prevent and better manage illness. Led by, and with generous support from, the Departments of Medicine and Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, this collaborative Center brings together individuals from diverse academic and clinical backgrounds to better understand the impact of sleep, obesity, and sedentary behavior, among other health behaviors, on the prevention and management of a wide range of chronic health conditions.

For more information on The Center for Behavior and Health please visit their web site.