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New models help hospitals stay ahead of the pandemic
Kimia Ghobadi, John C. Malone Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil and Systems Engineering, and colleagues are developing optimization models that will help hospital systems better manage critical resources during COVID-19 surges.
Remote control for COVID-19 ventilators
A new robotic system designed by Malone researchers may help hospitals preserve protective gear, limit staff exposure to COVID-19, and provide more time for clinical work.
Malone/Wilmer seed grants announced
The Malone Center and the Wilmer Eye Institute have awarded two seed grants to fund research that applies engineering solutions to ophthalmology-related problems.
Casey Overby Taylor earns NIH Genomic Innovator Award
Overby Taylor was recognized for her research in developing and evaluating methods to incorporate genomic results in clinical decision support.
Due to the pandemic, the Center's annual symposium will be a virtual event on the topic "Health Equities and Disparities in COVID-19." Check
for updates on registration details.
at the Malone Center:
PhD candidate Eli Sherman named 2020 Google Machine Learning Fellow
Malone Center and Helmholtz Zentrum München researchers awarded 500,000 euros from Germany's Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) to investigate COVID-19 diseases
Muyinatu Bell receives $1 million grant from NSF Smart and Connected Health program
Jeremy D. Brown wins two grants to investigate haptic perception in robotic applications
Watch Suchi Saria’s powerful TEDMED 2020 Talk "Bringing AI to the bedside,” to learn how Saria and others are unlocking the future of AI and machine learning to save lives
New faculty affiliates
(Biomedical/Electrical and Computer Engineering)
James “Jim” Fackler (
Critical Care Medicine)
Tin Yan Alvin Liu
(Geriatric Medicine & Gerontology)
(Center for Language and Speech Processing)
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