CM Night ’20

Computational Medicine Night is an internal JHU event geared towards students and trainees across Hopkins institutions who are interested in learning about the academic discipline of Computational Medicine and the research conducted in ICM labs.

The event showcases trainee research, provides information about the undergraduate computational minor program, and provides a forum for interested students to meet and mingle with ICM faculty, students, and postdoctoral fellows, to gather information about the Computational Medicine Minor, and to ask questions.

Please register here to attend. Registration deadline: Feb. 26.

Computational Medicine Night 2020
Tuesday, March 3
5:00 pm, B17 Hackerman Hall 

5:00 – 5:15 pm Registration Check-in & Grab a Snack
5:15 – 5:45 Computational Medicine Info Session
Raimond L. Winslow, PhD, Director, Institute for Computational Medicine
The Raj and Neera Singh Professor, Biomedical Engineering

  • ICM video
  • Overview of the CM Minor program
  • FAQ’s (minor & ICM)
5:45 – 6:30 CM Student Research Presentations

Localization of the Epileptogenic Zone Using Correlation Analysis of
Non-Seizure EEG Recordings
Kathy Hu, BME Senior
Neuromedical Control Systems Lab

Is Remuscularization of the Post-Myocardial Infarcted Ventricles Arrhythmogenic?
Annie Liang, BME Junior
Computational Cardiology Lab

Machine Learning Model for Diagnosing ADHD from Pre-Diagnostic Questionnaires
Precision Care Medicine, Team Unicorn:
Indranuj Gangan, BME MSE Student
Bhagyashree Maity, Healthcare Informatics MS Student
Aamna Lawrence, BME MSE Student
Sindhu Banerjee, BME Senior
Stephen Li, BME Junior

Predicting Respiratory Decompensation in Ventilated ICU Patients
Precision Care Medicine, Team Polar Bear:
Beini Hu, BME MSE Student
Zina Kurian, BME MSE Student
Yvette Tan, BME MSE Student
Akanksha Girish, BME Senior
Michael Young, BME Senior

6:30 – 6:40 Precision Care Medicine Q & A
6:40 – 7:15 Meet & Eat Poster Session 

Mingle with faculty, students, and postdoctoral fellows. View posters, ask questions, and enjoy dinner while you’re at it!

JHU - Institute for Computational Medicine