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Dr. Bernard Guyer M.D.

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Phone: (443) ***-****  
Center for Immunization Research
Vaccine Evaluation Unit Street Address 624 N Broadway Rm 117
Baltimore , Maryland 21205
United States

 
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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • MPH
  • MD
    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
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Expert Interviews | Life Course Research Network (LCRN)
www.lcrn.net, 4 Nov 2015 [cached]
An interview with Bernard Guyer
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Bernard Guyer, MD, MPH is the Zanvyl Krieger Professor of Children's Health Emeritus at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. A physician trained in both preventive medicine and pediatrics, Dr. Guyer served for seven years as director of the state MCH program in Massachusetts, and for five years as a CDC medical epidemiologist with national and international service. He has chaired or been a member of both state and national committees on childhood injury prevention, outreach for prenatal care, infant mortality, and Medicaid. Dr. Guyer and colleagues at both Harvard and Hopkins have further contributed to providing research that can be used to strengthen the way in which ...
American Public Health Association - News Room
www.apha.org, 16 Nov 2003 [cached]
Martha May Eliot Award Presented to Bernard GuyerAmerican Public Health Association - News Room
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Martha May Eliot Award Presented to Bernard Guyer
San Francisco, Calif., November 16, 2003 -The 2003 Martha May Eliot Award honoring exceptional achievement in the field of maternal and child health was presented to Bernard Guyer, MD, MPH, here during the American Public Health Association's 131st Annual Meeting.With over three decades of experience in the maternal and child health arena, Guyer, a practicing pediatrician, is a recognized leader and advocate for the health and well-being of mothers, children and their families.
Throughout his career, Guyer has made significant contributions to the maternal and child health field across a wide range of areas, including academia, research, policy and practice in private and public settings.He has held leadership positions in all of these areas.He is currently chair of the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health's Department of Population and Family Health Science and has held many other positions at Johns Hopkins, including professor and chair of maternal and child health and faculty member within the Injury Prevention Center.Guyer has also held the positions of chief coordinator of the master's of public health program at the Harvard School of Public Health, chair of the Institute of Medicine's Committee on the Poison Control System and Committee on Immunization Finance, Policies and Practices.
Guyer has authored over 200 publications, including his 1995 book Assessing and Developing Primary Care for Children: Reforms in Health Systems.He has written peer-reviewed articles on such topics as immunization, injury prevention and integrating women's and prenatal health.He has also supervised dissertations, written curriculum for the Harvard and Johns Hopkins schools of public health and presided over case studies covering topics such as state law on mandatory newborn screening for tuberous sclerosis.
Guyer is the co-principal investigator of a 2000-2008 evaluation grant and has been involved in numerous research studies touching on many aspects of maternal and child health.He has received numerous awards, including the Zanvyl Krieger Professor of Children's Health.Guyer's presentations have included many at APHA Annual Meetings where he has been a long-standing member of the maternal and child health section of the APHA.
Bernard Guyer, MD, MPH | Life Course Research Network (LCRN)
www.lcrn.net, 14 Sept 2013 [cached]
Bernard Guyer, MD, MPH
Professor Emeritus, Department of Population, Reproductive and Family Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
A physician trained in both preventive medicine and pediatrics, Bernard served for seven years as director of the state MCH program in Massachusetts and five years as a CDC medical epidemiologist with national and international service. He has chaired or been a member of both state and national committees on childhood injury prevention, outreach for prenatal care, infant mortality and Medicaid. Bernard also is a member of the Institute of Medicine.
BERNARD GUYER, M.D., M.P.H., ...
www.pacercenter.net, 1 Jan 1999 [cached]
BERNARD GUYER, M.D., M.P.H., was named the first Zanvyl Krieger Professor of Children's Health in 2001. Believing that preventive health care for women and children, or lack of it, shapes a lifetime of health or disease, Dr. Guyer is pleased that the professorship will allow him to return to his roots in maternal and child health. Trained in pediatrics and preventive medicine, he served at the Centers for Disease Control as an epidemic intelligence service officer and a medical epidemiologist. Dr. Guyer came to Hopkins to head the Department of Maternal and Child Health in 1989, and served as chairman of the Department of Population and Family Health, the first of its kind in the world, until 2004. The department seeks to advance efforts to help improve the lives of children and their families worldwide. Research in the department has focused on reducing infant mortality, preventing childhood injuries, increasing prenatal care and pregnancy outcomes, improving the training and education of health care providers, increasing infant and childhood immunization, and improving adolescent health. In 1999-2000, Dr. Guyer chaired the Committee on Immunization Finance Policies and Practices of the Institute of Medicine. A member of the Institute of Medicine and the National Academy of Sciences, he has written over 100 papers and co-edited Assessing and Developing Primary Care for Children: Reforms in Health Systems.
Biography of Bernard Guyer — West Coast Economic Forum on Early Childhood Investment
www.partnershipforsuccess.org, 1 Jan 2008 [cached]
Bernard Guyer
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Bernard Guyer
Bernard Guyer, MD, MPH is Zanvyl Krieger Professor of Children's Health, in the Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He served formerly as department chair. Guyer trained in pediatrics and preventive medicine and served as an E.I.S. officer at the Centers for Disease Control. From 1979 to 1986 Dr. Guyer directed the Maternal and Child Health agency in the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. In that capacity, he directed the initiative to reduce infant mortality and the Statewide Childhood Injury Prevention Program.
Guyer has been active in MCH policy at the national, state and local levels. He is a member of the Institute of Medicine and chairs the Board on Children, Youth and Families. In the past, he chaired the IOM Committees on National Immunization Policies and Practices (Calling the Shots, 2000), and on the Poison Control System (Forging a Poison Prevention and Control System, 2004). Guyer chaired the Maryland Commission on Infant Mortality, served on the board of the Baltimore Healthy Start Program and participates in the Baltimore Better Babies Leadership in Action Program (BLAP). He is a member of the USDHHS Secretary's Advisory Committee on Infant Mortality.
Guyer's areas of research include MCH planning and administration, low birth weight and infant mortality, child development and pediatric care, the delivery of immunization services, childhood injury and injury prevention, and urban health. He was principal investigator of the National Evaluation of the Healthy Steps for Young Children Program. He has directed several needs assessments, including those for the Massachusetts Title V/MCH Block Grant and the Baltimore City Healthy Start Program. He served as Senior Academic Advisor to the JHU Urban Health Institute. He is the author of more than 200 published papers.
Dr. Guyer received the "Golden Apple" Teaching Award in 2003 from the School's students, as well as the 2003 Martha May Eliot Award from the American Public Health Association.
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