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Bloomberg distinguished professors

Genome mapped for dozens of animals
Published Jan 29, 2024
Data gathered using software developed by Johns Hopkins University computer scientists will have 'huge implications' for understanding human health and evolution
Faculty honors
AI expert Rama Chellappa elected to National Academy of Engineering
Published Feb 7, 2023
Chellappa, a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor in electrical and computer engineering and biomedical engineering, is among 106 new members and 18 international members selected
Undergraduate research
Learning alongside the very best
Published Nov 12, 2021
The Bloomberg Distinguished Professorships summer fellowship program gives Johns Hopkins undergraduates the opportunity to work and conduct research under the mentorship of some of the world's preeminent scholars
Bloomberg Distinguished Professor
Traumatic brain injury expert returns to Hopkins Nursing
Published Sept 28, 2021
Jess Gill studies biomarkers to try to understand why some recover well from traumatic brain injuries while others cope with lasting effects on their physical and mental health
Diversity in the fight against cancer
Published Sept 22, 2021
Age, race, sex—new National Cancer Advisory Board member Ashani Weeraratna says we need to consider diversity to find a cure
Convalescent plasma: A COVID-19 treatment speeds to clinical trials
Published July 28, 2020
An old-school approach offers a fast, stopgap solution for a modern pandemic
Interdisciplinary scholar
AI pioneer named Bloomberg Distinguished Professor
Published April 3, 2020
Rama Chellapa's work in computer vision, pattern recognition, and machine learning has a range of applications—including medicine
Key lessons for organizations responding to COVID-19
Published March 20, 2020
Kathleen Sutcliffe, an expert in organization theory, gives low marks to public and private entities for how they've responded to the coronavirus outbreak
Patient safety
Critical history of a failed push for patient safety
Published Dec 3, 2019
In her new book, Kathleen Sutcliffe explores the patient safety movement and why it has failed to deliver the gains promised over two decades of research, funding, and policymaking
Patient safety expert Kathryn McDonald named BDP
Published Oct 22, 2019
McDonald, a leading expert in health care quality improvement and health systems organization, will hold primary appointments in the schools of Nursing and Medicine