News: Student Highlight

ICM Graduate Student Laura Doyle awarded NDSEG Fellowship

01/04/2008

ICM Graduate student Laura Doyle has been awarded a 2008 National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship for heart failure research. Laura is currently implementing a model of the Rabbit myocyte with the goal of improving on its calcium handling. This model will be used in conjunction with wet lab data from collaborators to […]

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ICM Graduate Student Hannah Carter awarded “National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate” Fellowship

01/04/2008

ICM Graduate student Hannah Carter has been awarded a 2008 National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship for breast cancer research. Hannah will build a computational model to identify weak links in the PI3K/AKT pathway that can serve as drug targets in the prevention of breast cancer progression and metastasis and investigate the mechanisms […]

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Congratulations to this year’s Raj and Neera Singh Undergraduate Fellows!

03/05/2007

Ann Kennedy will be mentored by Dr. Michael Miller and Dr. Tilak Ratnanather. Her project will focus on computational neuroanatomy. Ann is a rising junior in the Biomedical Engineering program with a minor in Biology. Timothy Law will be mentored by Dr. Raimond Winslow and Dr. Joseph Greenstein. His project’s focus is computational modeling of […]

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Institute for Computational Medicine’s Summer Undergraduate Fellowship Winners

06/06/2006

Congratulations to students Laura Doyle and Andy Wong, the first recipients of the Institute for Computational Medicine’s Summer Undergraduate Fellowship. Each summer, the Institute for Computational Medicine (ICM), an Institute in the Whiting School of Engineering and the School of Medicine, will sponsor research fellowships for Johns Hopkins University undergraduate students. Fellowships can be awarded […]

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Yang, Doyle and Helm Present at BMES

10/10/2005

Jason Yang, Laura Doyle, Dr. Joseph Greenstein, and Dr. Patrick Helm of the Center for Cardiovascular Bioinformatics and Modeling attended the 2005 Annual Biomedical Engineering Society Fall Meeting. Doyle and Helm gave a presentation on “Virtually Unwrapping The Cardiac Ventricles.” Yang and Helm presented the poster “Ex Vivo 3D DTMRI Of Human Myocardium.” Greenstein presented […]

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