Kellogg Schwab Appointed to Professorship in Water and Public Health


Congratulations to Dr. Kellogg Schwab on his professorship in water and public health. The professorship was established at Johns Hopkins in 2015 through a combination of private donations and state funding via the Maryland E-Nnovation Initiative.  

Dr. Schwab, Director of the Water Institute, focuses on how pathogenic microorganisms spread in water, food, and the environment.

"The discoveries made and students trained at Maryland universities are among the greatest advantages we have as a state. These endowments will further strengthen our higher education institutions and pave the way for bold new research and innovation," said Mike Gill, secretary of the Department of Business and Economic Development. "We are proud to be partners in this endeavor with the world-renowned universities we have here in our state."

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Kellogg Schwab, environmental microbiology and engineering