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Dr. Tilak Ratnanather and Shane Steinert-Threlkeld awarded fellowship

May 5, 2008

Congratulations to Dr. Tilak Ratnanather and undergraduate Mathematics/Philosophy student Shane Steinert-Threlkeld. They were awarded a Technology Fellowship from the Center for Educational Resources. They will be developing an on-line course titled “Introduction to Mathematical Methods for Computational Medicine”. The project carries an award of $4,000 for Shane, and $1,000 to Dr. Ratnanather.

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

April 25, 2008

Grace Tan will be mentored by Dr. Natalia Trayanova. Her project will focus on using a computational model of a three-dimensional cardiac tissue wedge to study how structural and biophysical remodeling that occurs in heart failure influences vulnerability of the heart to arrhythmic wave patterns . Grace is a rising junior in the Biomedical Engineering […]

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Dr. Natalia Trayanova selected as a Fellow of the Heart Rhythm Society.

April 17, 2008

Dr. Natalia Trayanova has been selected as a Fellow of the Heart Rhythm Society. The most distinguished level of the society, Fellow status recognizes members who have realized significant professional achievement, provided exceptional service and are prominent in the field of cardiac arrhythmia research and treatment. Dr. Trayanova will be honored at the upcoming annual […]

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

April 1, 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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ICM Graduate Student Laura Doyle awarded NDSEG Fellowship

April 1, 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 Moves to a New Home!

August 7, 2007

On August 7, the Institute for Computational Medicine moved into its home in the newly constructed Computational Sciences and Engineering Building at the JHU Homewood campus. Located on the second and third floor of CSEB, this new space provides the ICM space for new faculty, students, and staff. The space also includes a state of […]

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