The Department of Biomedical Engineering is accepting applicants for the ASPIRE Postdoctoral Training Program.

Deadline: Nov. 30, 2018. Apply Here.

Training Program Faculty

Raimond Winslow, PhD

Raj and Neera Singh Professor
Director, Institute for Computational Medicine
Director, Pre-Doctoral Training Program in Computational Medicine

Biomedical Engineering

Computational modeling of intracellular signaling, metabolism and electrical excitability in cardiac myocytes

Feilim Mac Gabhann, PhD

Associate Professor
Co-Director, Pre-Doctoral Training Program in Computational Medicine

Biomedical Engineering

Studies of disease and therapeutics, integrating experimental and computational research to predict and test new and/or optimized treatments

William S. Anderson, MA, MD, PhD

Associate Professor
Attending Neurosurgeon

Neurological Surgery, The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Deep brain stimulation therapies for movement disorders

Joel Bader, PhD

Professor

Biomedical Engineering

Human genetics and disease, systems biology, synthetic biology, computational biology, infectious disease, cancer

Patrick Boyle, PhD

Assistant Research Professor

Biomedical Engineering

Development of computer models of the human heart to improve understanding and treatment of cardiac disease

Nicholas Charon, PhD

Assistant Professor

Applied Mathematics & Statistics

Applications of differential and discrete geometry to shape analysis, computational anatomy and medical imaging

Donald Geman, PhD

Professor

Applied Mathematics & Statistics

Computational biology, computer vision, and statistical learning

Rachel Karchin, PhD

Associate Professor
The William R. Brody Faculty Scholar

Biomedical Engineering

Development of computational methods to analyze genomic data and interpret impact on human health

Benjamin Langmead, PhD

Assistant Professor

Computer Science

Genomics, sequence alignment, text indexing, high performance computing, big data

Michael I. Miller, PhD

Hershel and Ruth Seder Professor
Director, Department of Biomedical Engineering
Director, Center for Imaging Science

Biomedical Engineering

Neuroengineering, brain mapping, computational neuroscience, and medical imaging

Rajat Mittal, PhD

Professor

Mechanical Engineering

Computational fluid dynamics, including cardiac flows, vascular flows, and mapping the cardiac acousteome

Daniel Naiman, PhD

Professor

Applied Mathematics & Statistics

Statistical inference, computational statistics, bioinformatics, exposure science

Tilak Ratnanather, DPhil

Associate Research Professor

Biomedical Engineering

Computational anatomy methods for shape analysis of brain structure

Steven Salzberg, PhD

Bloomberg Distinguished Professor

Biomedical Engineering, School of Medicine

Development of computational methods for analysis of DNA using sequencing technologies

Suchi Saria, PhD

Assistant Professor

Computer Science

Machine learning, computational health informatics, predictive modeling in healthcare

Sridevi Sarma, PhD

Associate Professor

Biomedical Engineering

Computational and system neuroscience with applications to neurological disorders

Natalia Trayanova, PhD

Murray B. Sachs Professor

Biomedical Engineering

Rhythm and contractile disorders in the heart; development of prevention and treatment of disorders

Rene Vidal, PhD

Professor

Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering and Electrical & Computer Engineering

Development of mathematical methods for analyzing and interpreting images, videos, and biomedical data

Joshua Vogelstein, PhD

Assistant Professor

Biomedical Engineering

Statistical science, computational science, bit data curation, neuroscience

Laurent Younes, PhD

Professor and Chair

Applied Mathematics & Statistics

Shape analysis, computational anatomy, computer vision and computational biology

Yanxun Xu, PhD

Assistant Professor

Applied Mathematics & Statistics

Bayesian models for big data analysis, high-throughput genomics and proteomics data; Bayesian adaptive designs for clinical trials

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