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In her 'Social Justice for Engineers' course, alum Sarah Hemminger teaches Johns Hopkins students about how thoughtful design can address social ills.
The Immersive Summer Program for Education, Enrichment, and Distinction in Biomedical Engineering introduces high school students to school and career pathways in biomedical engineering.
The Johns Hopkins Department of Biomedical Engineering has been named the nation’s best BME undergraduate program by U.S. News and World Report, the longest-running and most widely cited assessment of U.S. colleges and universities.
Two faculty Biomedical Engineering faculty members will receive 2022 Johns Hopkins Catalyst Awards. Patrick Cahan and Nicholas Durr were among...
The Johns Hopkins biomedical engineering programs have, once again, been named #1 in the country according to the annual U.S. News and World Report ranking of the nation’s Best Graduate Schools.
The Johns Hopkins Department of Biomedical Engineering has once again been named the nation’s top undergraduate program in BME by U.S. News & World Report, the longest-running and most widely cited assessment of U.S. colleges and universities.
When the COVID-19 pandemic required campus activities to shut down, BME faculty came up with creative solutions to continue teaching their hands-on courses in a virtual format.
For the 31st consecutive year, the Johns Hopkins biomedical engineering graduate programs have once again been named the best in the nation according to U.S. News and World Report rankings of the “Best Graduate Schools.”
Richard Johns, founding director of the Johns Hopkins Department of Biomedical Engineering, died Nov. 29 at the age of 95 from complications of dementia.
The Johns Hopkins Department of Biomedical Engineering has again been recognized as the nation’s top undergraduate program in BME by U.S. News and World Report, the longest-running and most widely cited assessment of U.S. colleges and universities.
When Johns Hopkins University announced the transition to remote learning in response to the COVID-19 pandemic this past March, Web Stayman, associate professor of biomedical engineering, had just one week to transform his in-person, project-based Build an Imager course into a completely virtual, interactive experience.
A virtual hackathon hosted by the Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design brings together hundreds of teams to solve challenges related to COVID-19.
The Johns Hopkins biomedical engineering programs have, once again, been named the country’s best for 2020, according to the annual U.S. News & World Report ranking of the nation’s Best Graduate Schools. This marks the 30th consecutive year that Hopkins BME has held the No. 1 spot.
Find out how a new member of the clinical team in the operating room holds the potential to help revolutionize the standard of patient care.
Two individuals with ties to the Johns Hopkins Department of Biomedical Engineering have been named to the Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list, an annual celebration of young entrepreneurs, investors, and industry leaders.
JHU launches new institute dedicated to supporting the ‘fourth industrial revolution’ of data science
TRIPODS Institute brings together mathematicians, statisticians, theoretical computer scientists, and engineers to further the next generation of data analysis.
The annual Rising Stars event includes professional development workshops, networking activities, and panel sessions for women in STEM fields.
When researchers need novel microscoping technologies, biomedical engineer Scot Kuo is ready for their call.
The Department of Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University remains the No. 1-ranked undergraduate biomedical engineering program in the nation, announced today by U.S. News and World Report.
Johns Hopkins University and biotech company United Therapeutics Corporation have teamed up to create a new postdoctoral fellowship in the emerging field of computational medicine.
The Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering honored students, faculty, and staff from each engineering department during the annual Convocation Awards Ceremony on Monday. These awards highlight hard work and outstanding achievements in research, academics, and mentoring.
More than 30 members of the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland spent a day at Johns Hopkins University last weekend thinking like engineers as they designed and built miniature roller coasters.
The Johns Hopkins University biomedical engineering graduate program is once again the country’s best, according to the annual U.S. News & World Report rankings of the nation’s Best Graduate Schools.
Faculty, researchers, industry professionals, and healthcare providers who are interested in harnessing the collective skill, energy, and talent of the BME student design teams have until February 13 to submit a design challenge for the next round of projects.
Johns Hopkins recently hosted the Rising Stars in Biomedical Engineering workshop, which aims to give women the skills they need to pursue faculty positions in the field.
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.
In a new $5.5 million center that spans engineering and cardiology specialties at Johns Hopkins, experts aim to improve the diagnosis and treatment of heart rhythm disorders that affect millions of people by leveraging innovations in cardiac imaging, computer simulations and data science.
With $2.46 million in support from the National Institutes of Health, Johns Hopkins University is teaming up with two historically black Baltimore institutions, Morgan State and Coppin State universities, to cultivate a diverse group of highly trained biomedical researchers.
Advances in surgical precision, safety and outcomes require that we bury complexity in the OR. Enter a new kind of engineer.
The Johns Hopkins Department of Biomedical Engineering earned the nation’s top spot once again in the U.S. News & World Report’s rankings of “Best Undergraduate Biomedical Engineering Programs” for 2019.