Portable, rapid testing for sexually transmitted infections
Jeff Wang and team have created an inexpensive portable device and cellphone app to diagnose gonorrhea in less than 15 minutes and determine if a particular strain will respond to frontline antibiotics.
Through neuroimaging, Jeremy D. Brown and team discover that prosthetics that provide haptic sensory feedback lessen the mental energy users expend when using the device. The team's findings were recently published in IEEE Transactions on Human Machine Systems.
Info for the Whiting School community about prevention and preparedness efforts at Johns Hopkins and around the world. Includes important information for current and prospective/newly admitted Johns Hopkins Engineering graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.