November 28, 2018
Five trailblazers with ties to Johns Hopkins BME who have become leaders in their fields have been named to the Forbes “30 Under 30” list for 2019.
November 20, 2018
Alaleh Azhir, a Johns Hopkins senior—who has a triple major in biomedical engineering, computer science, and applied mathematics and statistics—was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship, which is among the oldest and best-known awards for international study.
A team of Johns Hopkins University biomedical engineering students earned the silver prize Friday at the annual Collegiate Inventors Competition with a device intended to reduce the likelihood of injury during brain surgery.
November 15, 2018
A group of Hopkins biomedical engineering students will submit Radiex, a brain retractor that aims to reduce the likelihood of injury during surgery, in the Collegiate Inventors Competition.
October 23, 2018
Chrissy O’Keefe’s HYPER-Melt device analyzes small volumes of fluids, detecting genetic and epigenetic changes more efficiently and cost-effectively than other devices currently on the market.
October 9, 2018
Biomedical engineering PhD students John Hickey and Luke Osborn have been named Siebel Scholars for 2019, an annual award that recognizes nearly 100 of the top graduate students from universities across the nation who are studying in the fields of business, bioengineering, computer science, and energy science.
September 21, 2018
A team of undergraduate students studying biomedical engineering at Johns Hopkins University took home the top prize at the 2018 DEBUT Design Challenge, which recognizes promising students and their work in biomedical design and innovation.
August 9, 2018
BME students identify global health needs by traveling to clinics in Brazil, China, India, and Uganda
Each summer, our CBID graduate students form teams and travel abroad, working side by side with primary care providers in some of the world’s most underserved communities. Through immersion in the field, they experience firsthand the unique challenges associated with patient care in low-resource environments, allowing them to design solutions that overcome these barriers.
August 6, 2018
David Maestas, a biomedical engineering Ph.D. student at Johns Hopkins University, has trained five high school students in his regenerative medicine lab. Through the BioTechnical Institute of Maryland training program, he helps prepare students to pursue careers in the biotech industry.