Alumni

Winter 2017

All Aboard

Inspecting incidents on the railways can involve putting first responders in harm’s way and can take hours or even days. That’s why the TSA tasked the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory with coming up with a better solution.

Winter 2017

Bone Deep

In collaboration with three spine surgeons at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Maxim Budyansky, MSE ’11, and Neil Shah, MSE ’11, have invented a device intended to radically improve the process of harvesting autologous bone grafts.

Summer 2016

Up and Comer

David Narrow, MSE ’13, the CEO of Sonavex, a company aimed at improving outcomes for surgical patients by providing clinicians…

Summer 2016

Sharing a Slice of the Action

On Super Bowl Sunday, David Gibbs ’85 and his wife, Sharon, of Dallas, Texas, were in the stadium, watching the…

Summer 2016

Clean Water Maven

Debra McCarty ’79, Philadelphia Water Department commissioner, is the first woman to hold that post in the agency’s 200-year history….

Summer 2016

Destination: Cancer Care

When Michael Zinner ’67 arrived in Miami on March 1 as the founding CEO and executive medical director of the…

Summer 2016

Making Conversation Easier

KITT.AI, a new Seattle-based artificial intelligence startup whose founders include two Whiting School alumni, has landed funding from Founders’ Co-Op,…

Summer 2016

Memory Maker

When Alex Mullen ’14 pulled out a victory last December in the World Memory Championships, he surprised even himself. “I…