Associate Director, Associate Professor
Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute
Public Health and Medicine
2013 East Monument Street
Biographical Sketch: Dr. Gibbons is an Associate Director of the Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute and is an Assistant Professor at the Johns Hopkins’ Schools of Medicine and Public Health. Dr. Gibbons’ is an Urban Health expert and informatician who works primarily in the area of Consumer Health informatics where he focuses on using Health Information and Communications Technologies to improve urban healthcare disparities. He is an advisor and expert consultant to several state and federal agencies and policymakers in the areas of urban health, eHealth, minority health and healthcare disparities. Dr. Gibbons has been named a Health Disparities Scholar by the National Center for Minority Health and Health Disparities at the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Gibbon’s has recently authored/edited 4 books including "Digital Homecare" and “eHealth Solutions for Healthcare Disparities”. Dr. Gibbons obtained his medical degree from the University of Alabama. He then completed residency training in Preventive Medicine, a molecular oncology research fellowship and earned a Master of Public Health degree focusing in health promotion among urban and disadvantaged populations all from Johns Hopkins.