March 24, 2017
Johns Hopkins Biomedical Engineering will be home to six new Graduate Research Fellows – outstanding students in science, technology, engineering, or math graduate programs who have been recognized by the National Science Foundation.
Two Johns Hopkins biomedical engineering students won the mobility and transportation category at the Abilities Hackathon, an event held for the second year at the Digital Harbor Foundation’s Baltimore location.
March 21, 2017
Biomedical Engineering senior Jourdan Ewoldt took home the first place award at the 2017 Biomedical Engineering Society Mid-Atlantic Undergraduate Research Day on March 10.
February 20, 2017
While many Johns Hopkins undergraduates spent January at home visiting friends and family, 13 biomedical engineering students spent their winter break taking the Design Team Clinical Immersion intersession course through the Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design. For two weeks, these students observed interventional radiology, endoscopy, and a variety of surgeries from hip replacements to […]
Michael Ketcha, a PhD student in biomedical engineering, has won the Young Scientist Award at the 2017 SPIE Medical Imaging conference in Orlando, Florida for his paper entitled “Fundamental limits of image registration performance: effects of image noise and resolution in CT-guided interventions.”
December 9, 2016
Gyorgy Levay ordinarily doesn’t have time to play video games. The Johns Hopkins biomedical engineering master’s candidate is too busy working on controls for upper-limb prostheses to find time for running and jumping around the tops of buildings in the parkour game Mirror’s Edge. Even if he did, Levay lost both hands to a meningitis infection five years ago, and operating the keyboard for a first-person shooter game is difficult. Over the 2015-16 school year, however, Levay spent considerable time running around a video game’s virtual world.
November 5, 2016
A reusable cryotherapy system that could bring low-cost breast cancer treatment to women in rural South Africa has won the bronze prize for a Johns Hopkins University biomedical engineering team in the undergraduate category of the 2016 National Collegiate Inventors Competition. Prize winners were announced Friday at an event in Washington, D.C.