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Design team members Clay Andrews, Eric Xie, Adarsha Malla, Bradley Isaacs, Anvesh Annadanam, Erica Schwarz, and Ravi Gaddipati

August 14, 2014

BME team wins 2014 DEBUT challenge with AccuSpine probe

A pedicle probe designed by Johns Hopkins biomedical engineering undergraduate students took first place in the NIH competition and was awarded a $20,000 prize.  Read on.

Artist rendering of mouse brain auditory cortex

July 31, 2014

Zooming in and out of the mouse brain

The researchers’ new “map” of the mouse auditory cortex could ultimately lead to better ways of treating people with hearing loss.  Read on.

MRI brain images

July 24, 2014

Database of Pediatric MR Images Aids Diagnosis, Treatment

By building a “cloud database” of MR images collected from children with normal and abnormal brains, researchers aim to give physicians access to a Google-like search system that will improve the way pediatric brain disorders are diagnosed and treated.  Read on.

The student-designed injectable foam system fills the wound area and blocks blood loss in the critical first hour.

July 21, 2014

BME design team’s emergency blood loss prevention system receives approval for testing

The student-designed injectable foam system — presented at Design Day 2014 — fills the wound area and blocks blood loss in the critical first hour prior to receipt of more advanced medical help.  Read on.

Cochlear implant app will supplement CI user training

June 12, 2014

BME student team develops auditory training app for cochlear implant users

Speech Banana app, now in beta testing, will expand and supplement cochlear implant training by allowing adult with CI to practice on their own.   Read on.


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