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Eileen B. Haase, PhD

Eileen B. Haase, PhD

Sr. Lecturer

Interim Director, Undergraduate Program

Office: Clark 316G
301-570-1276
ehaase1@jhu.edu


Education

B.S. Engineering Science and Mechanics, Virginia Tech, 1983
M.S. Electrical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, 1986
Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, 1991

Dr. Haase started her career at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, MD where she worked in the Fleet Systems department while working on her M.S in electrical engineering. She worked with Dr. Artin Shoukas on the role of microcirculatory vessels in the control of blood pressure to complete her PhD. Dr. Haase then spent three years as a postdoctoral fellow in the laboratory of Dr. Lawrence Schramm studying the autonomic nervous system.

Dr. Haase has been teaching in the Johns Hopkins Engineering Program for Professionals (EP) since the inception of the program in Applied Biomedical Engineering in 1993. She is currently the director of the program and responsible for long-range strategic planning, including the development of online courses and an online degree program. Dr. Haase teaches a number of core courses at the Homewood campus including: Freshmen Modeling and Design, BME Teaching Practicum, Molecules and Cells, and System Bioengineering Lab I and II, as well as being course director for Cell and Tissue Engineering and assisting with System Bioengineering II. She is interested in integrating active learning techniques into BME courses, promoting team work through group assignments, and supplementing traditional lectures with online resources. Dr. Haase was awarded the Robert B. Pond Excellence in Teaching Award in 2012. She has sponsored Technology Fellowships for the development of an “Online Matlab Tutorial” and a series of short educational videos for “Opportunities for Individualized Learning in Molecules and Cells.”

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