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A 'healthy debate' on convalescent plasma
Published Sept 24, 2020
In the Wall Street Journal, Johns Hopkins immunologist Arturo Casadevall explains the different federal responses to the COVID-19 treatment and why it's normal to lack consensus in science / The Wall Street Journal
System uses everyday glucose monitors to detect COVID-19 antibodies
Published Sept 24, 2020
Their patent-pending system could be deployed rapidly and inexpensively around the world to improve pandemic surveillance
Biomedical engineering
Septic shock starts earlier than understood and develops distinct levels of patient risk
Published Sept 23, 2020
New study from Johns Hopkins biomedical engineers finds that hospitals could categorize patients based on risk and develop early monitoring systems to detect early stages of septic shock
Can weather affect spread of coronavirus? JHU climate scientist says too soon to tell
Published Sept 18, 2020
Ben Zaitchik is leading an international task force developing best standards for researching how climate, environmental, and meteorological factors affect disease transmission
Technology Ventures
Grants support proof-of-concept and validation studies of Johns Hopkins inventions
Published Sept 18, 2020
ePACStim device delivers targeted, customizable electric brain stimulation to treat neurological conditions; NanoTox provides localized, sustained release of neuromodulators like Botox for cosmetic and medical purposes
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