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.
A new article by a faculty member at MIT and IMES holds promise for the prevention of and precautions around COVID-19 Lydia Bourouiba, Esther and …READ MORE
Researchers in the Greater Boston area, including at MIT and IMES, are actively seeking solutions to the health crisis caused by novel coronavirus As we …READ MORE
A new study by an IMES faculty member and his lab uses single-cell RNA sequencing to understand immune system dynamics after acute HIV infection. Alex …READ MORE
Since the world’s first epidemic, we’ve built treatments for various infectious diseases. Yet, our understanding of disease transmission, and the mechanisms behind it, have not advanced much from the 19th century days of Louis Pasteur. Lydia Bourouiba, Disease Transmission Scientist, explains that, to uncover remaining secrets behind disease transmission, we must leverage advances in fluid dynamics and biophysics.READ MORE
IMES nvites applicants to apply for junior tenure-track faculty positions in the area of medical data science. The appointment will be made in partnership with the MIT Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) and the position will be part of the Artificial Intelligence and Decision-Making (AID) faculty. With MIT’s strong commitment to diversity in engineering education, research, and practice, we especially encourage minorities and women to apply. The position will have equal academic responsibilities in IMES and EECS. Applicants should hold a PhD in engineering, science, computer science, or a related field (including MD or MD/PhD) by the beginning of employment.