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Institute for Computational Medicine launches nation’s first undergraduate ICM minor

August 18, 2015

The Johns Hopkins Institute for Computational Medicine, highly acclaimed worldwide for its groundbreaking research, has launched the nation’s first undergraduate minor in the emerging field of computational medicine. Anchored in the ICM, a multidisciplinary research institute spanning the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and the Whiting School of Engineering, the minor course of study exposes […]

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Computer algorithm could aid in early detection of life-threatening sepsis

August 7, 2015

For a patient with sepsis—which kills more Americans every year than AIDS and breast and prostate cancer combined—hours can make the difference between life and death. The quest for early diagnosis of this life-threatening condition now takes a step forward, as Johns Hopkins University researchers report on a more effective way to spot hospital patients […]

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Students blog from Nepal, India, Bangladesh, Norway, Ethiopia, and Zambia

August 6, 2015

Master’s level students in the Whiting School of Engineering’s Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design are reporting from Nepal, India, Bangladesh, Norway, Ethiopia, and Zambia as they explore health care delivery in different environments. The three-week trip is part of the CBID program’s innovative partnership with Jhpiego, a global health nonprofit affiliated with Johns Hopkins. When the students […]

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WSE dean pledges action to improve diversity in engineering

August 4, 2015

Ed Schlesinger, the Whiting School of Engineering’s Benjamin T. Rome Dean, was among deans of 102 of the of the nation’s leading engineering schools who have pledged to take action to provide women and other underrepresented demographic groups with increased opportunities to pursue meaningful engineering careers. Schlesinger signed a statement, released on August 4, 2015 […]

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