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For the ninth year, the Institute of Data Intensive Engineering and Science (IDIES) will offer its Seed Funding Initiative. IDIES Seed research funding offers faculty and research teams a one-year, $25,000 pilot award for data-intensive computing projects in order to promote the growth of data-intensive, multidisciplinary, multi-investigator sponsored projects at Johns Hopkins University.
AstroPath team member emeritus Dr. Nicolas Giraldo-Castillo was just awarded the 2022 Benjamin Castleman Award by the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP) for his previous work on Astropath with Dr. Taube. The award is granted for an outstanding paper in the field of pathology published during the preceding year.
“The Johns Hopkins submission titled “Breaking the Wall to Mapping Cancer Using Multispectral Microscopy” was selected from hundreds of entries for the AstroPath platform design. AstroPath is a new, comprehensive platform for imaging and mapping microscopic sections of tumors to identify and validate predictive biomarkers to guide precision immunotherapies for cancer.”
“We are building towards a major infrastructure change,” said Meneveau. “It points to a future where many of these could exist.”
I am pleased to report that the Special Interest Group on Management of Data (SIGMOD) of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) has named a team of SDSS members the
The project will provide access to and the manageable download of more than 2.5 million gigabytes of data for modeling turbulent flows Written by Lisa Ercolano and Caroline Swartz Led
Mapping Cancer as if it were the Universe Techniques from astronomy are being applied to medicine Over the past two decades Alexander Szalay, an astronomer at Johns Hopkins University in
Charles Meneveau, the Louis M. Sardella Professor in Mechanical Engineering, is the recipient of the 2021 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Fluid Dynamics Award. The award recognizes outstanding contributions