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Katie Solley ’18 named to Maryland Inno Under 25 list

September 22, 2021

Katie Solley ’18 has been named to the Maryland Inno Under 25 list, which features five entrepreneurs age 25 or younger who are building ventures in Maryland through innovation and tech-enabled business strategies. Solley is the co-founder and CEO of Eyedea Medical Inc., a start-up company originally formed in the Johns Hopkins Center for Bioengineering Innovation […]

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CBID students take first place at virtual JHU Business Plan Competition

May 5, 2021

Team Plerion Medical, made up of five CBID students, took home the $5,000 first place prize at the 22nd annual Johns Hopkins University Business Plan Competition. 48 Hopkins teams pitched their ideas to judges, many of whom are Hopkins alumni, across four entry categories and two rounds of virtual competition. In the first round, judges […]

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CBID Fellows Host Innovation in Healthcare Podcast

January 13, 2021

CBID fellows Namratha Potharaj and Monet Slinowsky are co-hosting Winning Health, a new podcast on women innovating in healthcare. Their first guest will be Dr. Nimmi Ramanujam, Director of the Center for Global Women’s Health Technologies. Learn more about the podcast below.  

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Congratulations to the 2020 Healthcare Design Competition winners

April 20, 2020

The Johns Hopkins Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design (CBID) is pleased to announce the results of the 2020 COVID-19 Design Challenge. This event, which ran from March 26th to March 30th, was organized by a committee of CBID graduate students led by Noah Yang and Shayan Roychoudhury, and included over 30 other active members. […]

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Thinking Fast in a Time of Crisis

April 6, 2020

As graduate students in the Johns Hopkins Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design program, Noah Yang and Shayan Roychoudhury spend their days crafting solutions to complicated health problems. But when the unprecedented threat of COVID-19 spread across the globe, Yang, 24, and Roychoudhury, 22, had to leave campus, their research projects put on hold. Three weeks ago, […]

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Grantees Named for Thalheimer Graduate Student Award

January 13, 2020

Four teams of graduate student entrepreneurs received the inaugural Thalheimer Graduate Student Award, with $10,000 in grant funding through The Johns Hopkins University’s FastForward U. The fund was established through a generous gift from businessman and philanthropist Louis B. Thalheimer, whose support for translational work at the university has benefited faculty members and students alike. […]

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Teams Compete at the Third Annual Johns Hopkins Healthcare Design Competition

April 29, 2019

Teams Compete at the Third Annual Johns Hopkins Healthcare Design Competition The 2019 Johns Hopkins Healthcare Design Competition attracted over 125 participants, who represented 19 institutions and 5 different countries, to Homewood Campus on April 14th. This year, more than 130 teams from all over the globe submitted their project proposal to one of the […]

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