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biomedical engineering

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 March 22, 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 March 22, 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 March 22, 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 March 22, 2018 Video
Through years of practice, elite athletes train their brains so they can stay on balance after elaborate maneuvers
Biomedical engineering
Insight into cause of sudden cardiac death
Published March 22, 2018
Computer model yields important clues that could lead to better treatments
Computer modeling
Hopkins excels in processing department
Published March 22, 2018
MARCC's 22,000 processors save researchers money they would otherwise spend building their own computing centers
Biomedical engineering
Funding NeMo
Published March 22, 2018
Hopkins researchers win $100K grant from Gates Foundation for their lifesaving baby monitoring device
Free fallin' for data
First-semester rush
Published March 22, 2018 Video
First-year Biomedical Engineering students measure how a roller coaster ride affects heart rate and blood flow
Undergraduate research
JHU 2nd at Collegiate Inventors Competition
Published March 22, 2018
Undergraduate students developed AssistENT, a device designed to open obstructed nostrils and aid sleep