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She joins a collaborative community of over 1,100 scholars working together to find solutions to society’s most pressing problems
Gentle beams of light could replace electric shocks in treatment of heart disorders.
Selected for her work on computer-based approaches aimed at developing specific diagnoses and treatments for individual patients.
The purpose of this web-based collection of articles is to highlight strategies to predict the phenotypic disease consequences of human germline and somatic variation.
Her nonprofit organization, CuSTEMized, encourages young girls to imagine themselves in STEM careers through the creation of a book featuring themselves.
These awards provide our faculty the resources to develop interdisciplinary research programs and knit together expertise across Johns Hopkins.
The fellowship provides support to students advancing diagnostic methods in heart research.
Their hard work is being recognized by the University through promotion to the rank of Associate Professor with tenure.
12/6/2016 @ 11:00AM – Viktor Jirsa