News & Announcements

ICM Moves to a New Home!


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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Stephen Granite presents at Microsoft Research Faculty Summit 2007


Stephen Granite, Director of Database/Software Development for the CCBM, recently presented at the Microsoft Research Faculty Summit 2007. The title of his talk was “The Cardiovascular Research Grid: A National Infrastructure for Representing, Sharing, Analyzing and Modeling Cardiovascular Data.” The Cardiovascular Research Grid (CVRG) will develop tools for representing, managing and sharing multi-scale data related […]

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


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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ICM is awarded funding from NIH/NHLBI for a short course “Integrative Models of the Cardiac Myocyte”


The short course “Integrative Models of the Cardiac Myocyte” will train biomedical researchers and clinician-scientists in how to develop and apply biophysically- and biochemically-detailed, experimentally-based computational models of the cardiac myocyte. Emphasis will be on modular development and testing of models using experimental data, numerical methods for solving model equations, mathematical techniques for developing and […]

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The Institute for Computational Medicine Announces the Cardiovascular Research Grid


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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