Ehsan Azimi

Johns Hopkins University , 2019
Ph.D. , Bioengineering
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Ehsan Azimi is passionate about applications of technology in healthcare and surgery. His research focuses on medical robotics and augmented reality. He has developed novel display calibration methods and new user interaction modalities for head-mounted displays that improve surgical navigation and revolutionize medical training. The developed technology is currently being licensed to industry. He also implemented techniques for robot-assisted cochlear implant placement and needle steering. Before joining Hopkins, he worked at Harvard Medical School where he innovated a method that significantly improves the resolution and dynamic range of a medical imaging system. His work has led to over 15 peer reviewed articles in top journals and conferences. He holds multiple patents and received numerous awards including best paper and poster and international RoboCup awards. Ehsan has supervised over 15 JHU students in their projects and studies. He leads the LCSR graduate student committee and volunteers at the Living Legacy Foundation.


Johns Hopkins University

Ph.D. , Bioengineering

Class of 2019

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