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Natasha Porter is the Executive Vice President and Customer Development Officer of Gensuite LLC. Porter received both of her degrees from Johns Hopkins University. She received her bachelor of science in Civil Engineering (Major): Environmental Engineering (Minor), Civil & Environmental Engineering in 1997 and graduated with a master of science in engineering in Environmental Management and […]
Naim Merheb spent 12 days on island last month setting up wireless hot spots.
Staehlin was cited “for accomplishments as an engineer, inventor, and the founder of a not-for-profit volunteer organization.”
Hasini Jayatilaka, a postdoctoral fellow in the Johns Hopkins Physical Sciences-Oncology Center, is featured on Academic Minute discussing a new insight into the way cancer behaves and what that means for future medications. Jayatilaka is an alumna of the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.
Anita Samarth holds bachelor of science degrees in biomedical engineering and electrical and computer engineering from Johns Hopkins University. At Johns Hopkins, she serves as the co-chair of the Student and Faculty Engagement Committee on the Hopkins Engineering Alumni Leadership Committee.
Though paper-based health care is a thing of the past for many hospitals and clinics around the world, in West Africa it’s still the dominant standard. Adegoke Olubusi wants to change that.
Qian Zhang, PhD ’16, received the 2017 Innovyze Excellence in Computational Hydraulics/Hydrology Award from the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists for research he conducted on reducing nutrient pollution in the Chesapeake Bay.