Da Vinci Surgical Robot

Robotics, Augmented Reality, and Devices

Big data analytics has emerged as a promising tool for solving problems across many healthcare-related areas. Malone researchers develop and deploy measurement technologies, new methods to structure and mine data, and pioneer new tools for analytics that advance clinical decision support, prediction, and process modeling for healthcare.

Researchers

Omar Ahmad

Director of Innovative Engineering, Department of Neurology

Jeremy D. Brown

John C. Malone Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering

Chien-Ming Huang

John C. Malone Assistant Professor of Computer Science

John Krakauer

John C. Malone Professor of Neurology, Neuroscience, & Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Axel Krieger

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering

Anand Malpani

Assistant Research Scientist, Department of Computer Science

Simon Mathews

Assistant Director, Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality at Johns Hopkins Bayview

Jeffrey H. Siewerdsen

John C. Malone Professor of Biomedical Engineering

Shameema Sikder

Director, Center for Excellence for Ophthalmic Surgical Education and Training

Russell H. Taylor

John C. Malone Professor of Computer Science

Swaroop Vedula

Assistant Research Professor

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