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October 31, 2019
We are hiring a research software developer
Interested in applying your computer programming and computer knowledge to real world applications in a scientific setting? Gain practical software development experience by working for us
October 31, 2019
We are hiring a research software developer
Interested in applying your computer programming and computer knowledge to real world applications in a scientific setting? Gain practical software development experience by working for us
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August 19, 2019
Personalized simulations lead to more accurate, successful treatment for common heart rhythm disorder
In proof-of-concept study of 10 patients with atrial fibrillation, personalized models accurately predict where surgeons should destroy diseased heart tissue
August 19, 2019
Personalized simulations lead to more accurate, successful treatment for common heart rhythm disorder
In proof-of-concept study of 10 patients with atrial fibrillation, personalized models accurately predict where surgeons should destroy diseased heart tissue
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May 8, 2019
Natalia Trayanova inducted into the Women in Technology Hall of Fame
This extraordinary honor is conferred only on six women each year from around the world, and Natalia now joins the ranks of this group of scientists, engineers, and CEOs.
May 8, 2019
Natalia Trayanova inducted into the Women in Technology Hall of Fame
This extraordinary honor is conferred only on six women each year from around the world, and Natalia now joins the ranks of this group of scientists, engineers, and CEOs.
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February 14, 2019
Natalia Trayanova selected to receive the Heart Rhythm Society's Distinguished Scientist Award
Natalia has been selected to receive the Heart Rhythm Society’s Distinguished Scientist Award. She will be honored at the Society’s 40th Scientific Sessions in San Francisco this May
February 14, 2019
Natalia Trayanova selected to receive the Heart Rhythm Society's Distinguished Scientist Award
Natalia has been selected to receive the Heart Rhythm Society’s Distinguished Scientist Award. She will be honored at the Society’s 40th Scientific Sessions in San Francisco this May
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OUR PEOPLE
PhD, FHRS, FAHA
Murray B. Sachs Endowed Chair
Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Medicine
Johns Hopkins University
Adityo Prakosa
Brent Millare
Rheeda Ali
Konstantinos N. Aronis
Ashish Doshi
Shijie Zhou
Nikhil Paliwal
Joseph Yu
Ryan O'Hara
Julie Shade
Dan Popescu
Eric Sung
Kalen Clifton
Karla Robles
Changxin Lai
Haley Abramson
Syed Yusuf Ali
Jenna Ballard
Annie Liang
Phillip Teng
Suyeon Ju
Dante Basile
Teya Bergamaschi