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    Robert McDonald spent years working as a controls engineer before realizing that his real interest lay elsewhere: in the medical device field. A move to a firm specializing in that field and enrollment in the Applied Biomedical Engineering program at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals Program has not only helped focus his interest and hone his skillset, but has also enabled him to develop a wireless electromyography device for his program capstone project. McDonald says his invention could help scientists collect data more efficiently and less expensively.

  • When she first enrolled in the Applied Biomedical Engineering (ABE) program at Engineering for Professionals, Emma MacIntyre wasn’t sure she could balance the program’s optional semester-long research project in addition…