Jeff Siewerdsen: Pioneering Medical Imaging

John C. Malone Professor Jeff Siewerdsen is developing novel minimally invasive imaging systems to guide surgical procedures and fosters collaborations between engineers and clinicians. Watch our latest video to learn more about his research.


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Jeff Siewerdsen: Pioneering Medical Imaging
Jeff Siewerdsen: Pioneering Medical Imaging
Modern Day Miners

There’s treasure in all those tweets and Google searches we send out into cyberspace each day, says Mark Dredze. He is leading high-tech tracking efforts that could yield important insights on everything from drug overdoses to suicide prevention.


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Modern Day Miners
Modern Day Miners
Your Brain on Engineering

Archana Venkataraman, John C. Malone Assistant Professor in electrical and computer engineering, and her lab are working on developing solutions to problems in clinical neuroscience using a variety of mathematical and engineering tools.


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Your Brain on Engineering
Your Brain on Engineering

Catalyzing Engineering Innovations to Improve Healthcare

The Malone Center for Engineering in Healthcare brings together engineers, clinicians, and care providers who are leveraging data analytics in novel ways, are pioneering new technologies, and are applying systems engineering principles to speed the deployment of research-based innovations that will enhance the efficiency, effectiveness, and consistency of health care.

The future of healthcare
starts here.

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