Jamil Bayram

Jamil Bayram, M.D.

Expertise and Research Focus is Disaster MetricsPACER

Dr. Bayram joined the Department of Emergency Medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in July 2011 as an assistant professor and is the Director of Applied Disaster Metrics at the Johns Hopkins Office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response (CEPAR). 

Dr. Bayram has an extensive operational and educational background in areas related to disaster medicine and public health preparedness. He served as a member of the Chicago Partnership for Healthcare Planning and Response (CPHPR) executive committee, where he participated in leading citywide planning and response efforts related to pandemic influenza, terrorism, and other public health emergencies.

He also co-chaired Chicago's hospital evacuation committee, and drafted evacuation guidelines for all of Chicago's 38 hospitals. Dr. Bayram was also the program director of the international emergency medicine fellowship at Rush University Medical Center/Stroger Hospital of Cook County/International Medical Corps from 2003 until 2008. He has volunteered in highly complex humanitarian emergencies in Iraq, Lebanon, and Haiti. His research interest is focused on the various applications of metrics in disaster medicine and public health preparedness.