The Baltimore Sun reported that a group of Johns Hopkins University biomedical engineering students have developed what they hope will become a…More
Join our Johns Hopkins Center for Bioengineering Innovation & Design (CBID) students on their month-long global immersion trips to India, Nepal, Tanzania and Kenya as they gather information for life-saving technologies. Students will spend the year designing innovative biomedical devices that will help with pregnancy testing, fetal monitoring, neonatal resuscitation, and heart monitoring for vulnerable populations in developing countries. This marks the fourth year that biomedical engineering master’s level students have traveled abroad. Follow along and join the conversation.