IBM Honors JHU Contributions to Life Sciences
PHOTO BY HPS/WILL KIRK
During ceremonies last week in the lobby of Homewood's
Clark Hall, Johns Hopkins University was honored as one of
the first two IBM Life Sciences Institutes of Innovation.
The program recognizes academic institutions that are
making outstanding contributions to life sciences research.
Above, Caroline Kovac, general manager of IBM Life
Sciences, presents a plaque to Raimond Winslow, director of
the Center for
Cardiovascular Bioinformatics and Modeling at Johns
Hopkins. Looking on are Andrew Douglas, interim dean of the
Whiting School of
Engineering; Murray Sachs, chair of the
Department of Biomedical
Engineering; and Steven Knapp, the university's
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