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CBID summer travel

October 5, 2017

CBID students spend the summer with clinicians around the world

Every summer, students from the Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design travel to some of the world’s most underserved communities and work side by side with primary care providers. They assess patient and provider needs, and design the next generation of medical devices.

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October 4, 2017

Freshmen compete in annual foam core challenge

Moving a Ping-Pong ball three meters may sound like a simple task, but a group of Johns Hopkins freshmen biomedical engineering students learned first-hand that sometimes the simplest task can be the most difficult.

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September 27, 2017

Johns Hopkins undergrads among finalists in annual Collegiate Inventors Competition

The AssistENT team, formed by biomedical engineering majors during the 2016-17 school year, is one of six undergraduate finalists that will compete for top honors and prizes worth up to $10,000 during the annual Collegiate Inventors Competition.

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September 1, 2017

Undergrads bring home three awards from NIH DEBUT Challenge

Undergraduate design teams in the Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design won three awards at the NIH DEBUT Challenge.

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August 25, 2017

Hopkins entrepreneurs, alums land on Baltimore ’40 Under 40′ list

Three from Hopkins BME just landed on the ’40 Under 40′ list published by the Baltimore Business Journal.

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CBID Summer Travel

August 9, 2017

CBID students travel to Brazil, China, India, and Uganda

Follow our CBID master’s students this summer as they travel to remote regions of the globe to study health care delivery in foreign environments.

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Lina Reiss

August 7, 2017

Sounds of Progress

A Hopkins alumna is pursuing two avenues of research. One could lead to a better hybrid cochlear implant, and the other would help people with hearing loss interpret the sounds they can hear.

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Proscia Image Analysis

July 27, 2017

Proscia is Teaching Computers to Beat Cancer

For 150 years, pathologists have used glass slides and microscopes to analyze tissue samples, understand cancer and determine the best course of treatments. One Baltimore startup, however, is ushering this process and the whole field of pathology into an era of computational pathology.

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CBID - David Gullotti

July 19, 2017

Learning to Think Like a Clinician and Function Like a Startup

Medical student David Gullotti recently finished his master’s degree with CBID. Take a look at his year-long journey that took him from the clinic, to India, to the lab, and back again.

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Inez Lam

July 14, 2017

Inez Lam selected for new Johns Hopkins-MedImmune Scholars Program

Last year, Johns Hopkins University and MedImmune announced their collaboration on a unique initiative to prepare students for a career in the biopharma industry. The first two PhD candidates have been selected.

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