Javad Fotouhi is a Ph.D. candidate of Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University, co-advised by Nassir Navab and Mehran Armand. Prior to joining the Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics at Johns Hopkins, he earned his MSc degree in Biomedical Computing from Technical University of Munich and his BSc degreeRead More →

Robert Grupp is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Computer Science. Rob isadvised by Professor Russell Taylor and worksclosely with Professor Mehran Armand. The main areas of his research are medical image registration, statistical models of anatomy, and medical robots.Most recently, hisresearch has focused on the use of fluoroscopyRead More →


The Biomechanical- and Image-Guided Surgical Systems (BIGSS) laboratory is a collaboration between researchers at the Johns Hopkins University and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Our goal is to develop new and innovative computer-aided surgical systems that use guidance techniques based in biomechanics and imaging.Read More →