Two HST alumni win NIH Director’s Early Independence Award

Two HST alumni win NIH Director’s Early Independence Award

Isha H. Jain, MEMP PhD ’17, and Kristin Knouse, HST MD ’18 and MIT Biology PhD ’17, are two of twelve recipients of the 2018 …

Tissue model reveals how RNA will act on the liver

Tissue model reveals how RNA will act on the liver

Studies could speed the development of new treatments for liver disease. Novel therapies based on a process known as RNA interference (RNAi) hold great promise …

A new way to calculate global intensive care unit mortality risk

A new way to calculate global intensive care unit mortality risk

The GOSSIS algorithm was developed using data from hospitals around the world to spur greater multi-center collaboration and improved benchmarking. A man with a history …

Oxygen-tracking method could improve diabetes treatment

Oxygen-tracking method could improve diabetes treatment

Measurements could help scientists develop better designs for a bioartificial pancreas. Transplanting pancreatic islet cells into patients with diabetes is a promising alternative to the …

MIMIC-Chest X-Ray to provide researchers access to over 350K patient radiographs

MIMIC-Chest X-Ray to provide researchers access to over 350K patient radiographs

A new database could pave a path for researchers to develop algorithms that ensure accurate diagnoses of conditions like pneumonia. Computer vision, or the method …

IMES is a hub that brings together the community of students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty who work at the convergence of engineering, science, and translational medicine.

March 14, 2019

For her 20 years of dedication to cultivating a workplace that fosters diverse viewpoints and open collaboration, IMES Principal Research Scientist Mercedes Balcells-Camps has won …

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February 25, 2019

The Institute is proud to announce that IMES faculty member and Helmholtz Career Development Professor Ellen Roche has been named a recipient of a renowned …

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February 20, 2019

Applications are now being accepted for current students, alumni, and researchers interested in attending the inaugural 2019 Fluids and Health Conference in Corsica, France! From …

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EVENTS
IMES Distinguished Speaker Series – 4/17/2019 – Ellen Kuhl April 17, 2019

Ellen Kuhl, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University

Four seniors in the Principles and Practices of Assistive Technology (PPAT) program, led by IMES Senior Lecturer Julie Greenberg, designed an audible device to help an MIT employee navigate on the water.

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