Jason Farley, PhD, MPH, ANP-BC, RN

Endowed Professor of Nursing Leadership and Innovation / Infectious Disease Nurse Practitioner Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

I am an Endowed Professor of Nursing Innovation and Leadership at The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing and direct the Center for Infectious Disease and Nursing Innovation. As an Infectious Disease Nurse Epidemiologist and a Nurse Practitioner in the Division of Infectious Diseases at The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, my clinical practice in the John Bartlett Specialty Practice spans HIV prevention, treatment and associated co-infections, namely Mycobacterium Tuberculosis. In India, my work has focused on capacity building related to infectious disease training (HIV, TB, PrEP) as well as TB infection control studies among healthcare workers. In collaboration with the Center for Global Health, I support post-doctoral students in research mentorship.

  • Digital Health
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Nursing


Associate Professor Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

My current work focuses on improving access to primary care through community-based solutions. Nursing is a critical partner in the design, implementation and measurement of these solutions. We are working with communities from Baltimore to Guatemala and the next generation of nurses to improve health literacy, address social determinants of health and well-being.

  • Primary Healthcare
  • Community Health


Assistant Dean and Associate Professor Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

Dr. Pandian is an alumnus from College of Nursing, Christian Medical College, Vellore, an institution that not only serves the local community but also the Southeast Asian Region. She serves on the board of directors for the Vellore Foundation that supports various activities within the Christian Medical College community, including education and research. While she is interested in improving the critical care, digital health, and mental health of the South Indian community, she is primarily focused on improving the education and wellness of both nurses and nursing students with limited resources.

  • Digital Health
  • Education
  • Critical Care
  • Mental Health

Nancy Reynolds, PhD

Professor and Associate Dean Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

Nancy R. Reynolds is a Professor and Associate Dean of Global Affairs at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing; the Director of Center for Global Initiatives; Director, WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing Information, Knowledge Management; and Co-Secretary General, Global Network of the WHO Collaborating Centers of Nursing and Midwifery. She is a member of the board of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH). She is an NIH-funded researcher whose global health research in India has focused on development of interventions that use low-cost cellphone technology to bring health care services to vulnerable populations affected by HIV.

  • Digital Health
  • HIV
  • Mental Health

Bushra Sabri, PhD

Assistant Professor Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

I have worked on multiple research projects in India. In a small-scale study, I explored health and safety issues and the utility of the Danger Assessment (instrument designed to assess risk for future violence and homicides) among abused women in India. Using the Demographic Health Survey data, drawing from the risk factors from the Danger Assessment, I examined factors related to severe intimate partner violence and injuries among women in India. As part of my Center for AIDS Research International Award, I conducted a mixed methods study on violence and HIV risk issues among men and women who injected drugs in India. Most of my work has focused on the intersecting epidemics of exposures to violence, related health issues, coping and adaptation to traumatic life events, and trauma-informed interventions for at risk populations from diverse backgrounds.

  • Gender Based Violence