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Research led by Hermenegild Arevalo featured in Nature Communications

May 12, 2016

Collaborative research led by ICM Assistant Research Professor Hermenegild Arevalo of the lab of Dr. Natalia Trayanova, Murray B. Sachs Professor of Biomedical Engineering, was featured May 10, 2016 online journal Nature Communications. The article “Arrhythmia risk stratification of patients after myocardial infarction using personalized heart models” reports on results from a proof-of concept study […]

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Karchin lab publication named among the best by AMIA

November 25, 2015

A paper from the lab of William R. Brody Faculty Scholar Rachel Karchin, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering and ICM core faculty member, has been named one of the best translational bioinformatics articles of the past year by the American Medical Informatics Association at their AMIA 2015 Year-in-Review Sessions, held recently in San Francisco. The […]

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Dr. Natalia Trayanova gives keynote lecture at 2014 SIAM Annual Meeting

July 23, 2014

Natalia A. Trayanova, Murray B. Sachs Professor of Biomedical Engineering and the Institute for Computational Medicine, presented a keynote lecture at the 2014 SIAM Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. The conference was held July 7-11 in Chicago, Illinois. Natalia’s presentation entitled “Virtual Electrophysiology Laboratory” was scheduled for Thurs, July 10. […]

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Eranga Ukwatta named BME Centennial Postdoctoral Fellow

April 28, 2014

Eranga Ukwatta of the Institute for Computational Medicine has been awarded the Johns Hopkins University Biomedical Engineering Centennial Postdoctoral Fellowship. The BME Fellowship is intended for rising stars who are recent or soon-to-be PhD graduates with a record of achievement, a strong desire for scientific discovery, and aspirations for societal impact. Eranga joined the team […]

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The Institute for Computational Medicine Announces the Cardiovascular Research Grid

March 1, 2007

Supported by an $8.5 million federal grant from NIH/NHLBI, leading researchers at three universities, including Johns Hopkins, are creating an ambitious digital network that will allow cardiovascular researchers worldwide to easily exchange data and expertise on heart-related illnesses. The project, called the Cardiovascular Research Grid, is expected to be a boon to the large community […]

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