Tag: Electrical and Computer Engineering

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Shape of Things to Come

June 26, 2015

Seal-Bin Han ’17, a self-described “scrawny, nerdy kid,” came back from Johns Hopkins’ Ralph S. O’Connor Recreation Center one night last semester feeling down. “It’s a culture,” he says of the gym. “I didn’t know how to use the equipment, and people looked at me funny when I went to the weight room.”

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Suchi Saria, Assistant Professor, is Making Autoimmune Disorders More Predictable

June 25, 2015

Autoimmune disorders, like multiple sclerosis and lupus, are notorious for their unpredictability. The illness flares—often without any obvious trigger—and then recedes, and then flares again. Some patients deteriorate rapidly, while others can live for years before the most severe symptoms arrive. This fog of unpredictability can make it very difficult for doctors and patients to choose treatment plans.

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EchoSure

Dr. Jerry Prince and Devin O’Brien-Coon develop EchoSure

June 24, 2015

EchoSure is a new imaging device that was developed by Jerry L. Prince and Devin O’Brien-Coon, a surgeon at Johns Hopkins Hospital, that holds the promise in easy and quick detection of blood clots in patients recovering from reconstructive, transplant, and vascular surgery.

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