June 2, 2009
Design Day 2009: The results are in!
Design Day 2009 presented remarkable student design work. Here are the prize-winning projects. First Place SutureCell™: Stem Cell Delivery Suture...
May 20, 2009
Yue honored for teaching skills
Dr. Yue was honored with a 2009 Alumni Association Excellence in Teaching Award, when the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association annually recognizes university faculty who excel in the art of instruction.
May 11, 2009
Engineering Design Days: Student Projects in the Spotlight
After months of brainstorming, building and testing, teams of engineering undergraduates put their projects on display last week at two...
May 5, 2009
Chemical found in medical devices impairs heart function
A BME researcher's personal experience after cardiac surgery motivated a search for the cause of some common side effects of heart surgery.
April 28, 2009
Hopkins BME ranked first in nation again
In U.S.News & World Report’s latest rankings of graduate school specialty programs, the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering again...
April 13, 2009
Shadmehr team awarded grant from international science organization
Reza Shadmehr, along with a team of colleagues from four other countries, has been awarded a grant from the Human Frontier Science Program.
March 30, 2009
CBID establishes Technology Accelerator Fund
The Department of Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University is pleased to announce that it has received funding from Johnson...
January 5, 2009
BME design projects in national press limelight
Two Design Team projects have been getting a lot of attention from national media. The New York Times turned their...
May 30, 2008
A Better Way to Move ICU Patients
Johns Hopkins undergraduates have designed and built a device to enable critically ill intensive care unit patients to leave their...
February 13, 2008
“Lab on a Chip” Mimics Brain Chemistry
Johns Hopkins researchers from the Whiting School of Engineering and the School of Medicine have devised a micro-scale tool –...
December 3, 2007
BME Undergraduates’ Invention Finds ‘Lost’ Orthopedic Screws
Inspired by the device used to find lost coins in the sand, Johns Hopkins undergraduates have invented a small handheld...