JHU Biomedical Engineering Primary Faculty
Angelo H. All, M.D., M.B.A.
Traylor 701 C
Neuroscience, Spinal Cord Injury, Computer Integrated Surgical Systems
Joel Bader, Ph.D.
Clark Hall 201C
Bioinformatics and computational biology.
Michael Beer, Ph.D.
Broadway Research Building 573
Computational identification of regulatory networks from microarray expression data and whole-genome DNA sequence, and experimental validation of regulatory pathways in C. elegans.
Jennifer H. Elisseeff, Ph.D.
Jules Stein Professor
Biomaterials, hydrogels, tissue engineering, and cartilage regeneration.
Yuan Gao, Ph.D.
Adjunct Associate Professor
Methylomics, transcriptomics and bioinformatics big data analytics and visualization
Harry Goldberg, Ph.D.
Designing and incorporating educational technology into the curricula
Warren L. Grayson, Ph.D.
Tissue engineering, stem cells, bioreactors, biomaterials, orthopaedics
Jordan J. Green, Ph.D.
Cellular engineering and nanobiotechnology, biomaterials, controlled drug delivery, and gene therapy.
Daniel Herzka, Ph.D.
Development of MR imaging of atherosclerotic lesions in the vasculature wall, coronary artery and vein MR imaging, MR-guided catheter-based optical imaging, liver elastography, and aortic and carotid calcification imaging.
Richard Johns, M.D.
University Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus
Rachel Karchin, Ph.D.
Hackerman Hall 217A
Computational molecular biology, bioinformatics, genetic variation
Scot C. Kuo, Ph.D.
Wood Basic Science G10
Mechanism of biological force generation, laser-induced optical forces.
Andre Levchenko, Ph.D.
Signal transduction and cell-cell communication.
Xingde Li, Ph.D.
Medical Imaging and Biophotonics
Feilim Mac Gabhann, Ph.D.
Hackerman Hall 316A
Computational modeling of growth factor-receptor networks; Personalized Medicine; Therapeutic Cardiovascular Remodeling; Novel methods for data visualization and automated image analysis.
Elliot R. McVeigh, Ph.D.
Massey Professor and Director
Cardiovascular MRI. Image guided therapy. Novel MRI methods.
Michael I. Miller, Ph.D.
Clark Hall 301
Herschel and Ruth Seder Professor
Pattern Theory, Computational Linguistics, Computational Neuroscience
Aleksander S. Popel, Ph.D.
Computational Biology and Medicine; Systems Biology; Angiogenesis; Signal Transduction; Microcirculation; Biological Mechanics and Molecular Transport
Murray B. Sachs, Ph.D.
University Distinguished Service Professor and Professor Emeritus
Neurophysiology, auditory neurophysiology, psychophysics.
Sridevi V. Sarma, Ph.D.
Hackerman Hall 316C
Closed-Loop Deep Brain Stimulation, Control Theory, Computational Neuroscience, Large-Scale Optimization
Lawrence P. Schramm, Ph.D.
Spinal cord regeneration, cardiovascular regulation after spinal cord injury, autonomic control systems.
Reza Shadmehr, Ph.D.
Mechanisms of movement control in humans, learning control of the arm, brain imaging, robotics and adaptive control, computational neuroscience.
Artin A. Shoukas, Ph.D.
Overall systems analysis of circulatory systems, systems physiology.
Jeffrey H. Siewerdsen, Ph.D.
Medical imaging, image-guidance, flat-panel imagers, cone-beam CT, volume imaging, MRI, image science, imaging performance, radiation therapy.
Nitish V. Thakor, Ph.D.
Medical Instrumentation, neuroengineering, neural signal processing and clinical instrumentation, micro/nano scale sensors, devices and systems.
Winston Timp, Ph.D.
Parsing the biophysical mechanisms of epigenetics on a single molecule basis and dissecting how epigenetics effects — and is affected by — signal transduction on a single cell basis via control of the cellular microenvironment.
Natalia Trayanova, Ph.D.
Hackerman Hall 216
Murray B. Sachs Professor
Computational cardiaciology; Arrhythmias in the diseased heart and anti-arrhythmia therapies; Reconstruction of heart geometry and structure from MRI.
Leslie Tung, Ph.D.
Electrophysiology and arrhythmia of cardiac cell networks, cardiac mechanoelectric transduction, stem cell-derived heart cells, defibrillation.
Rene Vidal, Ph.D.
Clark Hall 302B
Computer vision (human motion, dynamic scene reconstruction, multiple view geometry, omnidirectional vision) Machine learning (generalized component analysis and geometric clustering) Robotics (vision-based control) Control (identification of hybrid systems).
Xiaoqin Wang, Ph.D.
Neurophysiology of the auditory cortex, neural mechanisms of speech perception and learning, computational neuroscience.
Raimond L. Winslow, Ph.D.
Hackerman Hall 315
Raj and Neera Singh Professor
Statistical modeling and analysis of cardiovascular gene and protein expression data, and computational modeling of signal transduction, mitochondrial energetics, ion channel function, and intracellular calcium dynamics in cardiac myocytes and vascular endothelial cells.
Kevin J. Yarema, Ph.D.
Biotechnology and Clinical Aspects of Carbohydrate Engineering
Youseph Yazdi, Ph.D.
Eric D. Young, Ph.D.
Auditory neurophysiology, neural modeling, sensory processes.
David T. Yue, M.D.-Ph.D.
Ion channels in the heart, biophysical aspects of electrophysiology.
Kechen Zhang, Ph.D.
Theoretical and computational neuroscience, neural computation.