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Research Areas

At Hopkins BME, students have unparalleled opportunities to work with engineers, biomedical researchers, and clinicians who are leading their fields. We are defining the future of health care by forging new disciplines that have immense potential to impact patient lives.

Learn more about our seven focus areas:

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Biomedical Data Science

Extract knowledge from biomedical datasets of all sizes to understand and solve health-related problems.
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Computational Medicine

Generate solutions in personalized medicine by building and utilizing computational models of health and disease.
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Genomics & Systems Biology

Create tools to understand the multi-scaled genetic, molecular, and cellular components of disease.
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Imaging & Medical Devices

Design, build, and test new imaging technologies to improve disease diagnosis and guide clinical procedures
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Harness the power of the immune system to treat diseases such as cancer and promote tissue regeneration for improved healing and repair.
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Apply innovative experimental and data-driven approaches to understand, diagnose, and treat disorders of the brain.
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Translational Cell & Tissue Engineering

Develop and translate advanced technologies to enhance or restore function at the molecular, cellular, and tissue levels.
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