JHU BME primary faculty directory
Traylor 701 C | (410) 502-5393
Neuroscience, spinal Cord Injury, Computer Integrated Surgical Systems
Clark Hall 201C | (410) 516-7417
Bioinformatics and computational biology.
Broadway Research Building 573 | (410) 502-3688
Computational prediction of regulatory elements from genomic DNA sequence.
KKI G04 | 443-923-2716
Decision-making, neuroeconomics, neural control of movement, functional brain imaging, noninvasive brain stimulation
Jules Stein Professor
Smith 5035 | 410-614-6837
Biomaterials, hydrogels, tissue engineering, and cartilage regeneration.
Adjunct Associate Professor
Rangos 344 | (410) 955-0805
Methylomics, transcriptomics and bioinformatics big data analytics and visualization
Clark 118A | (410) 955-2359
Designing and incorporating educational technology into the curricula
Smith 5023 | 410-502-6306
Tissue engineering, stem cells, bioreactors, biomaterials, orthopaedics
Smith 5017 | 410-614-9113
Cellular engineering and nanobiotechnology, biomaterials, controlled drug delivery, and gene therapy.
Ross 726 | 410-614-2528
Development of MR imaging of atherosclerotic lesions in the vasculature wall, coronary artery and...
University Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus
Hackerman Hall 217A | (410) 516-5578
Computational molecular biology, bioinformatics, genetic variation
Wood Basic Science G10 | (410) 955-4536
Mechanism of biological force generation, laser-induced optical forces.
Ross 731B | (410) 955-0075
Medical Imaging and Biophotonics
Hackerman Hall 316A | (410) 516-4723
Computational modeling of growth factor-receptor networks; Personalized Medicine; Therapeutic Cardiovascular Remodeling; Novel methods for...
Massey Professor and Director
Ross 720 | (410) 502-7145
Cardiovascular MRI. Image guided therapy. Novel MRI methods.
Herschel and Ruth Seder Professor
Clark Hall 301 | (410) 516-4594
Medical Imaging, Computational Anatomy, Pattern Theory, Computational Neuroscience
Traylor 611 | (410) 955-6419
Computational Biology and Medicine; Systems Biology; Angiogenesis; Signal Transduction; Microcirculation; Biological Mechanics and Molecular...
University Distinguished Service Professor and Professor Emeritus
Neurophysiology, auditory neurophysiology, psychophysics.
Hackerman Hall 316C | 410-516-4381
Closed-Loop Deep Brain Stimulation, Control Theory, Computational Neuroscience, Large-Scale Optimization
Traylor 606 | (410) 955-3026
Spinal cord regeneration, cardiovascular regulation after spinal cord injury, autonomic control systems.
Traylor 410 | (410) 614-2458
Mechanisms of movement control in humans, learning control of the arm, brain imaging, robotics...
Traylor 623 | (410) 955-2871
Overall systems analysis of circulatory systems, systems physiology.
Traylor 718 | 443-287-6269
Medical imaging, image-guidance, flat-panel imagers, cone-beam CT, volume imaging, MRI, image science, imaging performance,...
Traylor 701 | (410) 955-7093
Medical Instrumentation, neuroengineering, neural signal processing and clinical instrumentation, micro/nano scale sensors, devices and...
Clark 118A | (410) 417-8467
Parsing the biophysical mechanisms of epigenetics on a single molecule basis and dissecting how...
Murray B. Sachs Professor
Hackerman Hall 216 | 410-516-4375
Computational cardiaciology; Arrhythmias in the diseased heart and anti-arrhythmia therapies; Reconstruction of heart geometry...
Traylor 703 | (410) 955-7453
Electrophysiology and arrhythmia of cardiac cell networks, cardiac mechanoelectric transduction, stem cell-derived heart cells,...
Clark Hall 302B | 410-516-7306
Computer vision (human motion, dynamic scene reconstruction, multiple view geometry, omnidirectional vision) Machine learning...
Traylor 410 | (410) 614-4547
Neurophysiology of the auditory cortex, neural mechanisms of speech perception and learning, computational neuroscience.
Raj and Neera Singh Professor
Hackerman Hall 315 | (410) 516-4116
Statistical modeling and analysis of cardiovascular gene and protein expression data, and computational modeling...
Smith 5029 | (410) 614-6835
Biotechnology and Clinical Aspects of Carbohydrate Engineering
Clark 208 | (410) 516-2018
Traylor 505 | 410-955-3164
Auditory neurophysiology, neural modeling, sensory processes.
Ross 713-715 | (410) 955-0078
Ion channels in the heart, biophysical aspects of electrophysiology.
Traylor 407 | (410) 955-3538
Theoretical and computational neuroscience, neural computation.