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Biomedical engineering

Undergrads named runners-up in Collegiate Inventors Competition
Published Oct 25, 2023
The OnPoint Ventilation team developed Bronchosleeve, designed to reduce complications associated with common chest surgery procedure
Health equity
A fix for bias in medical imaging
Published Oct 10, 2023
Hopkins–led team finds a way to deliver clear pictures of anyone's internal anatomy, no matter their skin tone
Biomedical engineering
Student team among Collegiate Inventors Competition finalists
Published Sept 21, 2023
They developed the Bronchosleeve, a novel catheter to improve a common chest surgery procedure
Tiny tubes target hard-to-treat cancer
Published Sept 15, 2023
Technology developed by JHU engineers could eventually treat an aggressive type of breast cancer
'Legos' enhance function of natural proteins
Published Sept 14, 2023
A new synthetic protein developed by Johns Hopkins engineers could be a promising candidate for future drug development.
Biomedical engineering
Navigational technology aids brain surgery visualization
Published Aug 31, 2023
Researchers demonstrate promise of 'augmented endoscopy,' a real-time neurosurgical guidance method that uses advanced computer vision
Biomedical engineering
Machine learning model could enable targeted therapies for genetic diseases
Published Aug 10, 2023
Discovery by team of Johns Hopkins researchers could enable the development of therapies for cancer or other genomic diseases by activating genes on demand
Machine learning helps scientists see synapse changes
Published June 7, 2023
Visualizing connections in the brain could yield insights into how our brains change with learning, aging, injury, and disease
Course offers study of emerging field
Published April 25, 2023
A new course, designed by Deok-Ho Kim, focuses on microphysiological systems, which are used to study human disease, drug development, and precision medicine
Student Success
Stuck on Tastee Tape
Published Nov 10, 2022
When four Hopkins students presented their Design Day product, they didn't expect the media to pick it up and give it viral attention. Months later, the students are alumnae, and the future of the product is bright.