Specialized nanoparticles create a “breath signal” that could be used to diagnose pneumonia and other infectious or genetic diseases, according to MIT engineers, including a faculty member and a student in HST.
Covid-19 has upended routines across MIT. For professor and cardiologist Elazer Edelman, head of the MIT Institute for Medical Engineering and Science (IMES), and an HST graduate and faculty member, that’s meant there’s no such thing as a typical day.
Several HST students received honors, fellowships and awards during the 2019-2020 academic year, including Constantine Tzouanas, an HST Medical Engineering and Medical Physics (MEMP) PhD student; and Mark Aurel Nagy, an HST MD student.
HST MD student Jin K. Park writes about his experience as a Dreamer for The Atlantic magazine—and why the recent Supreme Court ruling on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) case is so important.