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Canine Comfort, CS’s Chien-Ming Huang

January 9, 2020

A hospital stay can be a confusing and scary experience for many children. One way to make pediatric patients feel more at home in a hospital environment is to give them a furry, four-legged friend. While pet therapy has been shown to help young patients reduce stress and anxiety, one downside is that service animals […]

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CS Hires Grants and Contracts Analyst

December 11, 2019

As grants and contracts analyst, Kristin supports the faculty’s sponsored research activities.  This includes pre and post award activities, account monitoring, financial transactions, and financial reporting. Kristin joined CS in December 2019 after completing the Johns Hopkins Research Administration Training Program. The program includes rotations at Sponsored Projects Shared Services (SPSS), a Johns Hopkins academic […]

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Music app wins first place at HopHacks!

September 26, 2019

A team of first-year computer scientists won the grand prize OF $1,024 at HopHacks, the bi-annual hackathon held this fall on the Homewood Campus. Their music app, Noteshift, allows users to submit music through the team’s website and select which key they want to transpose to. Based on the user’s input, NoteShift automatically transposes the […]

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2019 Gerald M. Masson Fellows

September 18, 2019

  Who could have predicted that two inspiring engineers from the same middle school, located thousands of miles away from Baltimore, Maryland, would reunite years later while studying computer science at the same university? Yet this remarkable coincidence is exactly what happened to 2019 Gerald M. Masson Fellows Michelle Shu and Xiang (Lisa) Li. “It […]

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The future of machine learning in healthcare, CS’s Suchi Saria

September 16, 2019

Suchi Saria, John C. Malone Assistant professor of computer science, and a team of researchers, provide a roadmap to accelerate safe, ethically responsible applications of machine learning in healthcare in recent paper published in Nature Medicine. “Many groups are publishing papers using data to show potential, but in order to see actual benefits in patient […]

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