In: COVID-19

Illustration of human lungs affected by coronavirus.

AI can now detect COVID-19 in lung ultrasound images

An automated detection tool developed by Johns Hopkins researchers could help ER doctors diagnose patients quickly and accurately.

Baltimore's Painted Ladies rowhomes.

COVID-19 transmission high in Latino households of Baltimore, study finds

Latinos in Baltimore have high rates of household transmission of COVID-19, according to a new Johns Hopkins University study. The study...

Anytown, USA simulator.

‘Anytown, USA’ tool simulates COVID-19 spread in small towns

Interactive online platform allows users to simulate how different public health measures might affect COVID-19 infection outcomes in a typical Midwestern town of about 6,000 people.

An illustration of a robot arm holding a coronavirus molecule.

Ready for duty: Health care robots get good prognosis for next pandemic

Robots helped hospitals confront the coronavirus pandemic. What lessons are engineers taking with them as they think about the next generation of health care robots?

An ambulance in motion.

New COVID-19 dashboard helps users make informed decisions regarding hospital care

The tool visualizes hospital acute care and ICU capacity and provides information on hospital transfer procedures.

A monitor showing vital signs. It is connected to a mannequin in a hospital bed.

Hopkins ventilator robot wins top prize at UK Robotics Week Challenge

A robotic system created by a team from Johns Hopkins University won the top prize in an international robotics challenge focused on developing solutions for the COVID-19 health crisis and future global pandemics.