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undergraduate research

Treating COVID-19
Johns Hopkins engineers develop 3D-printed ventilator splitters
Published April 2, 2020
Their prototype aims to address safety concerns about cross-contamination and correctly managing air flow to patients
Biomedical engineering
Student engineers take on common dialysis complication
Published Oct 29, 2019
Student startup Relavo is among the finalists at the National Collegiate Inventors Competition
Humanities
Hopkins announces inaugural Humanities Research Symposium
Published Oct 25, 2019
The symposium, to be held in April and named in honor of humanities scholar Richard Macksey, will welcome up to 400 undergrads from around the country to JHU for an exploration of humanities research
Biomedical engineering
Device could expand access to lifesaving breast cancer treatments
Published July 16, 2019
Tissue-freezing probe developed by Hopkins students would offer an affordable, widely available alternative for women in low-resource settings
Arts and Sciences
New funding for interdisciplinary humanities research
Published May 9, 2019
Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarly and Creative Activity supports undergrads interested in or currently pursuing research in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences
Undergraduate research
BME students win $10K prize for young inventors
Published April 24, 2019
Team Ithemba, named after the Zulu word meaning 'hope,' earn Lemelson-MIT award for their low-cost breast cancer screening tool
Scholarships
Two undergrads named Marshall Scholars
Published Dec 3, 2018
Chloe Pacyna and Jeremy Ratcliff will pursue postgraduate studies in the U.K.
Humanities Lab
Published July 26, 2018
Summer program deepens humanities research for CCBC, HBCU students
Biomedical engineering
Medicine's problem-solvers
Published May 23, 2018
Biomedical engineering program empowers undergrads to develop real-world solutions for improving patient care
Cognitive science
'G' whiz
Published May 15, 2018
Junior Kimberly Wong's cognitive science study about the lowercase looptail 'g' goes global