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biomedical engineering

Biomedical engineering
Medicine's problem-solvers
Published May 28, 2018
Biomedical engineering program empowers undergrads to develop real-world solutions for improving patient care
Biomedical engineering
Souped-up walker helps get pediatric ICU patients back on their feet
Published May 28, 2018
The AmbuMate could help ailing children out of bed—and the hospital—faster
Faculty honors
Salzberg elected to American Academy
Published May 28, 2018
Hopkins gene hunter among 213 individuals selected to join honorary society
Brain science
An audience might make you perform better
Published May 28, 2018
Performing a task in front of an audience triggers parts of the brain associated with social cognition, reward, and motor skills, study finds
Undergraduate research
Teams of young inventors recognized
Published May 28, 2018
Two teams of Hopkins biomedical engineering students are among winners at MIT competition
Computer, P.I.
Published Spring 2018
If computers could analyze the contexts and relationships of photographs, videos, audio, text documents, and internet activity, they could become digital detectives / Johns Hopkins Magazine
In memoriam
Pioneering scientist Murray Sachs dies at 77
Published May 28, 2018
His research on how the brain receives, processes sound paved the way for the development of cochlear implants
Hopkins-led cancer research team shortlisted for £20M award
Published May 28, 2018
Team led by Bloomberg Distinguished Professor Rong Li among 10 finalists in Cancer Research UK's Grand Challenge
Mind of a Medalist
Performance under pressure
Published May 28, 2018 Video
Why do some athletes choke under pressure? The answer lies deep in the brain
Mind of a medalist
Spinning for the win
Published May 28, 2018 Video
Through years of practice, elite athletes train their brains so they can stay on balance after elaborate maneuvers