CM Night ’21

Attendees discussing research at CM Night ’20. The virtual ’21 event will use Zoom breakout rooms to feature research from labs.

Computational Medicine Night is an internal JHU event for Hopkins students, trainees, and faculty who are interested in the academic discipline of computational medicine and the research conducted in ICM labs.

The 2021 Virtual Computational Medicine Night will be held on March 24, 2021 at 5:30 pm. The evening will begin with information about the undergraduate computational medicine minor and research areas. Next, student presentations will provide an in depth look at computational medicine research. The event will end with a session for attendees to ‘visit’ Zoom breakout rooms where they will learn about the research of ICM labs from students, and postdoctoral fellows.

Registration is required to attend. Register here

Virtual Computational Medicine Night
Wednesday, March 24, 2021 (5:30 – 7:00 pm) 

Download program for more detail, including presentation abstracts

Computational Medicine Information Session (5:30 pm)

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)

Student Research Presentations (5:50 pm) 

Investigating Bok’s Hypothesis Via Normal and Equivolumetric 3D Coordinate Systems for Cortical Areas
Jacob Desman, BME Senior, CM Minor
Mathematical Analysis of NeuroImaging of the Cerebral Brain

Developing Personalized Mechanistic Computational Models of Menstrual Cycle Hormones
Chloe Paris, BME Junior, CM Minor
Computational Design of Therapeutics Lab

Predicting Hospital Outcomes in Stroke Patients using Hemodynamic Features
Precision Care Medicine, Team Emerald:
Michael Ainsworth, BME MSE Student
Alex Hepp, BME Senior
Zachary Murphy, BME MSE student
Varun Naga, BME senior
Athena Olszewski, BME junior
Clinical PIs: Mona Bahouth, MD, Assistant Professor, SOM Neurology; Besty Zink, MS, Clinical Nurse Specialsit, JHMI Neuro CCU

Prediction of Physiological Deterioration and Mortality in Mechanically Ventilated Patients Admitted to the ICU
Precision Care Medicine, Team Coquelicot:
Timothy Bedard, BME senior
Yunru Chen, BME MSE student
Andy Ding, BME MSE student
Madi Kusmanov, BME MSE student
Morgan Sanchez, BME senior
Shreyash Sonthalia, BME MSE student
Clinical PI: Pedro Mendez-Tellez, M.D., Assistant Professor, Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, Johns Hopkins Medicine
Precision Care Medicine Q & A (6:20 pm)

ICM Lab Breakout Session (6:30 pm)  

Visit Zoom breakout rooms to meet the members of ICM labs, learn about their research and ask questions.

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