Global Obesity Prevention Center
Through the Eyes of a Local Baltimore City Store Owner
GOPC's, Dr. Sara Bleich, is Part of the 2015 - 2016 Class of White House Fellows
No consistency for handling misleading health ads
American Kids Growing Larger Than Their Canadian Cousins
Baltimore Carryouts Helping to Promote Healthier Food Choices
Why Coca-Cola’s Funding of Obesity Research Crossed the Line
Obesity Center Tests Ways to Make Healthy Choices Easier
Bariatric Surgery Patients See Weight Gain After ‘Honeymoon’ Period
Is Your Medicine Making You Fat?
Why Sit-Down Meals May Be Just As Unhealthful As Fast Food
Overeating: Is it All in Your Head?
How Can Vaccine Supply Chains Improve Access to Fresh Produce?
Baltimore Restaurant Sales Boost After Implementing Healthier Menu Options
Additional Funding for GOPC Project
Baltimore Passes Urban Tax Credit with Help from GOPC
GOPC Faculty Wins AMTRA
BHCK Hosts First Community Forum
JHSPH Ranked #1 Grad School for Over 20 Years in a Row
Betsy Anderson Steeves' Footprint
Dr. Lee's "You Are Where You Eat" Blog Entry
BHCK Youth Leader Program
Virtual Simulation Modeling: VPOP & BLIFE
GOPC's Newest Model
10th Annual Nestle Conference in Mexico
Using Electronic Health Records (EHR) to Study Obesity Trajectories in Children
BHCK's Cooking Class Kickoff
Dr. Cheskin Puts the Care in Clinical Care
Dr. Saeidah Fallah-Fini’s System Approach to Obesity
GOPC Pilot Studies Core funds 3 new projects for Round 6
Berkeley places first excise tax on sugar sweetened beverages
Vanessa Oddo wins first place poster contest at the Obesity Society
Dr. Sara Bleich speaks to burning calories and soda consumption on NPR
New Global Obesity in Public Health course taught by GOPC faculty
The GOPC is changing the way the world fights the global obesity epidemic with a new systems approach.
Because the obesity epidemic is the result of a complex system of factors, from individual behaviors to international economic policies, it requires a systems approach—one that transformed manufacturing and eradicated small pox in the last century. The systems approach integrates research, innovation, education, policy and action.
The Center unites experts, stakeholders and projects from around the world, and it is home to researchers with expertise in a wide range of disciplines. Through this global and systems approach, the Center is developing state-of-the-art methods to control the obesity epidemic around the world.
Combating Childhood Obesity with Systems Science
A video supporting the Behavioral and Social Sciences Research Lecture Series, systems science, and the Global Obesity Prevention Center (GOPC) at Johns Hopkins.
Our experts strive to catalyze solutions to the obesity epidemic across the globe.
Systems science approaches problems from a multi-scale perspective in order to tackle the dilemma at all levels.
A problem so persistent, complicated and global requires innovative and outside-the-box solutions.