The Johns Hopkins Institute for NanoBioTechnology is an exceptionally diverse, multidisciplinary team of faculty, researchers, and student experts uncovering new knowledge and creating innovative technologies at the interface of nanoscience, engineering, and medicine. Its unique research model fosters a collaborative environment that encourages engineers, scientist, and clinicians to pioneer new ways to solve some of the most complex challenges in healthcare and the environment.

Engineering for Cancer Therapies

Cancer is a complicated disease. To address this worldwide problem, researchers study the disease from an assortment of angles to understand its structure and mechanisms in explicit detail. Learn more.

Stem Cells and Regenerative Engineering

Repairing injured and diseased tissues is a complex, methodical process. While the body is proficient at tissue repair, sometimes the severity of certain diseases and injuries is beyond the body’s reconstruction capability. Learn more.

Diagnostic Tools Engineered for Early Detection

It is no secret that time is an important variable to effectively treat diseases. The earlier diseases are diagnosed the earlier treatment can begin. Delays in diagnose can have grave effects on patient outcomes. Learn more.