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rob aimbeCongratulations to Rob MacLeod for being elected a Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE). After very careful consideration, including the most rigorous and selective review process in AIMBE's history, Rob was among an impressive group who were elected to the 2017 Class of the College of Fellows.
craCongratulations to Chris Johnson on being re-elected for another three years to the Computing Research Association board of directors.

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KedarAras newsCongratulations to Kedar Aras who won the Young Investigator prize at the 39th Annual International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology (ISCE) conference on April 29th. Judges evaluated finalist presentations based on the originality of the science, quality of the study, and the clarity of the presentation and Q&A. Each speaker was given 15 minutes for their presentation followed by a 15 minute Q&A session.
aimbe rossCongratulations to Ross Whitaker, who has been elected to the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) College of Fellows. The AIMBE College of Fellows represents the most accomplished and distinguished medical and biological engineers responsible for innovation and discovery.
johnsonMay 7, 2010 -- Christopher R. Johnson, distinguished professor of computer science and director of the Scientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute at the University of Utah, was honored at today's university commencement ceremonies with the Rosenblatt Prize for Excellence, the U's most prestigious award. The $40,000 gift is presented annually to a faculty member who displays excellence in teaching, research and administrative efforts. The Rosenblatt Prize Committee, a group of distinguished faculty members, recommends selected candidates for the award and the university president makes the final selection. U President Michael K. Young presented the award to Johnson, stating, "There is no one who typifies the overall spirit and respected reputation of the Rosenblatt Prize for Excellence more than Chris Johnson. His contributions to the U as a gifted teacher, administrator and world-renowned researcher are invaluable and his work in extending the power and science of computing has quite simply transformed the way we live."