Tag: Natalia Trayanova

Natalia Trayanova, ICM Core Faculty, Featured in BME’s ‘Pioneers’ Video Series


Computer models are used in many aspects of daily life, but rarely in medicine. Natalia Trayanova, Murray B. Sachs Professor of biomedical engineering and ICM core faculty, would like to change that. She was recently featured in the Department of Biomedical Engineering’s Pioneers video series for her innovative research in computational cardiology. Using predictive modeling […]

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Rheeda Ali, ICM Postdoctoral Fellow, awarded 2018 Provost Fellowship


Rheeda Ali, a postdoctoral fellow working in the Institute for Computational Medicine, has been named one of the third annual Johns Hopkins University Provosts’ Postdoctoral Fellowship recipients. Ali is one of eight trainees selected from various divisions of Johns Hopkins for outstanding early career experience and an aptitude for academic leadership. Ali obtained her PhD […]

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Natalia Trayanova visits Capitol Hill in Support of NIH Funding


ICM core faculty member, Natalia Trayanova, participated in a briefing on Capitol Hill in defense of the federal funding of scientific research yesterday. The briefing was organized by United for Medical Research, a coalition whose mission is to seek steady increases in funding for the National Institutes of Health. Trayanova was one of four NIH-funded scientists to highlight […]

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ICM’s Natalia Trayanova elected as a Fellow of IAMBE


The International Academy of Medical and Biological Engineering has elected Natalia Trayanova, the Murray B. Sachs Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering and core faculty member of the Institute for Computational Medicine, as a Fellow of IAMBE. Fellows are recognized for their outstanding contributions to the profession of medical and biological engineering. Natalia was […]

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First PhD Students Selected for Pre-Doctoral Training Program in Computational Medicine


In July 2017, The Institute for Computational Medicine announced the inaugural year of its Pre-Doctoral Training Program in Computational Medicine, funded by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences. The program supports selected first-year PhD students from the departments of Biomedical Engineering and Applied Mathematics & Statistics. Students chosen for this Ruth L. Kirschstein National […]

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Alexandra Badiceanu awarded ICM’s Gakenheimer Fellowship


Alexandra Badiceanu has been named the Institute for Computational Medicine 2017-2018 David C. Gakenheimer Fellow. Alexandra, a 3rd year graduate student, works in the ICM lab of Natalia Trayanova, Murray B. Sachs Professor of Biomedical Engineering. The Gakenheimer Fellowship provides support to a student conducting heart research in developing and advancing diagnostic methods such as […]

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Natalia Trayanova, ICM core faculty member, gives TEDx talk


Natalia Trayanova, Murray B. Sachs Professor of biomedical engineering, recently gave a TEDx talk at Johns Hopkins discussing her ICM lab’s efforts to develop personalized virtual hearts. It may not have been an easy journey so far, but that hasn’t stopped her team. “We created the ‘Wall of Shame’ in my lab. We would paste […]

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Pashakhanloo wins Young Investigator Award


Farhad Pashakhanloo, PhD ’16, a postdoctoral fellow in the Institute for Computational Medicine, won the Young Investigator Award at the 44th International Congress on Electrocardiology in Portland, Oregon. From a pool of submitted abstracts, six applicants were selected as finalists to give presentations on their projects and answer questions from the judges. Pashakhanloo was awarded […]

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Erica Schwarz receives NSF Fellowship


Erica Schwarz, an undergraduate student in the ICM lab of Natalia Trayanova, Murray B. Sachs Professor of Biomedical Engineering, has been granted a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship. The highly competitive Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines who are pursuing research-based […]

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Now Live: Natalia Trayanova’s Amazing Things Podcast


Natalia Trayanova is the first Johns Hopkins University faculty member to give a podcast for the United for Medical Research podcast series, Amazing Things, that features groundbreaking research funded by the National Institute of Health. In her podcast titled, “Using a Personalized, Virtual Heart to Prevent Sudden Cardiac Death,” Dr. Trayanova, Murray B. Sachs professor of […]

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