Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering

Department of Biomedical Engineering News

In a New Light

By harnessing the power of optics and photonics, Whiting School researchers are pioneering techniques that could advance cancer diagnosis, hydrogen fuel production—and a whole lot more. more »

2013 BMEidea Winners

Johns Hopkins students win two top awards in national biomedical Engineering challenge. more »

Johns Hopkins Design Days

Johns Hopkins engineering students end the year with a flurry of prototypes, medical devices, and other designs. more »

Promising Low-Cost “Cooling Cure” for Newborns

A Johns Hopkins biomedical engineering undergraduate team has devised a low-tech $40 unit to provide protective cooling. more »

CBID Projects Selected for Tech Funding

Maryland corporation established to accelerate commercialization of new technologies awards nearly $300,000 to Johns Hopkins projects. more »

FastStitch: The Future of Suture

A BME undergraduate team has won the 2012 Collegiate Inventors Competition with a new suturing device. more »

The Promise of Computational Medicine

A Science Translational Medicine article outlines a new approach to understanding, detecting, and treating disease at the individual level. more »

Student Blogs from Asia and Africa

Hopkins Engineering students blog from Asia and Africa as they study world's pressing health care needs. more »

Hemoglobe Wins “Savings Lives at Birth” Grant

An undergraduate biomedical device wins $250,000 for its potential to screen women and children for anemia. more »