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CBID students test device designed to help save lives of newborns

September 23, 2016

Five Johns Hopkins University graduate students embarked this summer on a trip to Kenya and Uganda—with a collection of infant-sized medical manikins in tow. The team, all students in the yearlong master’s program in bioengineering innovation and design, spent three weeks field-testing a medical device that could save the lives of newborns by monitoring vital […]

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CBID innovation selected as one of 21 solutions in USAID effort to Combat Zika

August 10, 2016

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) announced today 21 potentially game changing solutions to mitigate the spread and impact of the Zika virus.  These award nominees underwent a rigorous review process, and have been selected for accelerated development, testing and deployment.  In April 2016, USAID launched the Combating Zika and Future Threats Grand Challenge to […]

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Students blog from Ethiopia, Rwanda, Kenya, Uganda, India, and China

August 8, 2016

Master’s level students in the Whiting School of Engineering’s Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design are reporting from Ethiopia, Rwanda, Kenya, Uganda, India, and China as they explore health care delivery in different environments. The three-week trip is part of the CBID program’s innovative partnership with Jhpiego, a global health nonprofit affiliated with Johns Hopkins.

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Seeking Faculty for Johns Hopkins Lecturer in Capstone Design

August 1, 2016

Johns Hopkins University’s Department of Biomedical Engineering is seeking a creative and motivated individual for a teaching track faculty position. The faculty member will co-instruct the department’s undergraduate design course (“Design Team”) along with one other full-time faculty member, managed under the department’s Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design (CBID). The faculty member will be […]

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CBID Alums featured as Medtech Rising Stars

July 28, 2016

Together, CBID Alums Neil Shah and Maxim Budyansky founded Avitus Orthopaedics to create new technologies that both improve clinical outcomes and lower healthcare costs.  Both graduated from CBID at Johns Hopkins University in May 2012.  Get the full story here…  

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TEDCO chooses JHU BME biotech start-ups for funding

July 28, 2016

Three Johns Hopkins BME-associated medical technology companies have been selected by the Maryland Technology Development Corporation (TEDCO) Life Science Investment Fund for financial investment. TEDCO’s Life Science Investment Fund is specifically designed for companies that are beyond the technology validation stage and further along in product development. They invest up to $200,000 to support milestone-based […]

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Barclay students visit Homewood for lab tours, STEM activities

June 16, 2016

While visiting Homewood campus on Wednesday, fifth-grader Levon Brown from nearby Barclay Elementary/Middle School struggled to take off one of the famous Johns Hopkins Ebola suits without letting the bright yellow exterior touch his unprotected skin. “It was hard,” he said. Nearby, his friend, Yasmim Carter, danced in another Ebola suit, and then struggled to […]

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Salient ENT wins inaugural Student Healthcare Design Competition

May 5, 2016

A device to treat persistent and reoccurring sinus infections took the top award in the first-ever Student Healthcare Design Competition, which was held on Johns Hopkins University’s East Baltimore campus on Tuesday and sponsored by the Johns Hopkins Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design.  Except from the Hub.  Read more here…

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