The award, administered through the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, supports innovative early-career researchers tackling high-risk, potentially high-impact projects.
The John C. Malone Professorship was endowed through the generosity of John C. Malone ’64, ’69 to support outstanding faculty members within the Malone Center for Engineering in Healthcare.
Suchi Saria, the John C. Malone Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science, has been selected as a Young Global Leader. Each year, the World Economic Forum bestows this honor on the world’s most distinguished leaders who are under the age of 40. Those selected are invited to become an active member of the Forum of […]
The John C. Malone Assistant Professorship was endowed by the generosity of John C. Malone ’64, ’69 to support outstanding Whiting School faculty members within the Malone Center for Engineering in Healthcare.
Using existing smartphone components—including the microphone, touch screen, and accelerometer—app gathers valuable diagnostic data in a non-clinical setting.
At Johns Hopkins Robotics Industry Day, visitors were transported to a world where robots are being developed for use everywhere—from the depths of the oceans to medical center operating rooms to living rooms.
A smartphone application developed by researchers from Johns Hopkins University and the University of Rochester can help Parkinson’s disease patients track the severity of their symptoms.