Aishwarya Pradeep

Aishwarya is a freshman studying Cognitive Science. Besides being a member of the clinical medicine team on HMR, she is an actively involved in Kranti, the South Asian fusion a cappella group at Hopkins, Hindu Student Council, Pi Beta Phi, and works at the Ralph O’Connor Recreation on campus. She currently pursues research Alzheimer’s disease in the Neuropathology department at the Hopkins medical campus.

Shapeshifter Cancer Cells: A Path To Destruction

Researchers at the Kimmel Cancer Center at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine recently made a groundbreaking discovery on the nature of prostate cancer cells. While studying the structure of prostate cancer cells, these researchers found that these cells possess...

/ November 5, 2017

Beyond the Frontiers of Pain Medicine: A Novel Outlook

Unlike most other anesthesiologists, the idea of simply administering treatment to alleviate pain was not enough for the director of the pediatric pain management program at the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, Dr. Irfan Suleman. Having successfully managed cases in which...

/ July 16, 2017


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/ January 21, 2017