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A Place For Collaboration: Malone Hall Dedicated on October 16

October 17, 2014

As alumni, friends, university leadership, faculty, staff, and students poured into the tent on the Decker Quadrangle on October 16 for the dedication of Malone Hall, clouds gave way to intermittent sunshine. The brighter weather matched the mood of the more than 300 people gathered to celebrate the opening of the Whiting School of Engineering’s […]

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Five Johns Hopkins Doctoral Students Named 2015 Siebel Scholars

October 3, 2014

Five Johns Hopkins graduate students, recently named to the 2015 class of Siebel Scholars, are each pursuing important research projects in varied bioengineering topics involving promising health-related applications. In recognition of their research skills, academic achievements, and leadership qualities, the merit-based Siebel program provides $35,000 to each of the five PhD candidates for use in […]

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Johns Hopkins biomedical engineering Jordan Green named to ‘Brilliant Ten’ list

September 17, 2014

A Johns Hopkins faculty member has made Popular Science’s annual “Brilliant Ten” list, which puts a spotlight on young scientists who are revolutionizing their fields. The magazine honored Jordan Green, an associate professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, as among “the most inspired young scientists and engineers – researchers whose ideas will transform the […]

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Johns Hopkins Biomedical Engineering program ranked #1 nationally

September 9, 2014

In the 2015 US News and World Report ranking of undergraduate programs, the Whiting School of Engineering’s Biomedical Engineering program retained its #1 ranking—a position it has held as long as US News has ranked the discipline. Overall, the Whiting School of Engineering tied for #15 among engineering schools whose highest degree is a doctorate, and Johns […]

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