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Seed grant awards. Johns Hopkins Malone Center for Engineering in Healthcare. Overlaid over Malone Hall.

Announcing the 2024 Malone Seed Grant Awards

The new grants will fund engineering innovations that aim to predict the effectiveness of endotherapy for chronic pancreatitis patients, transform surgical robots into collaborative and intelligent assistants and develop a data-powered, automated tool to modernize the management of fall risks.

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Muyinatu Bell receives 2024 Alan T. Waterman Award

Recognized for her pioneering interdisciplinary research spanning photoacoustic and ultrasound imaging, Bell is first Johns Hopkins winner in the award’s 48-year history.

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Chien-Ming Huang awarded Hopkins AITC funding

This round of grant recipients will receive funding to develop new artificial intelligence technologies to promote healthy aging.

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Suchi Saria recognized as one of Modern Healthcare’s “Top Women Leaders”

Modern Healthcare’s Women Leaders program honors influential women from all sectors of the health care industry who are developing policy, leading change, and guiding improvements in care delivery.

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Stephanie Hicks invited to NAM Emerging Leaders Forum

The invitation-only forum is an annual assembly of outstanding early- and mid-career professionals with exceptional professional promise, achievement and leadership in biomedical science, health, health care, and related fields.

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Optica elects Muyinatu A. Lediju Bell as 2024 Fellow for innovations in photoacoustic imaging

The award acknowledges her pioneering contributions to photoacoustic imaging techniques and their applications for surgical guidance.