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Jerry L. Prince

PrinceJerryJERRY L. PRINCE, the William B. Kouwenhoven Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, holds joint appointments at the School of Medicine in both radiology and biomedical engineering and secondary appointments in both computer science and applied mathematics and statistics. He is co-developer of HARP MRI (harmonic phase magnetic resonance imaging), a system that allows doctors to see the condition of heart muscles in seconds, for potential use in screening and monitoring cardiovascular disease. His current research interests include imaging processing and computer vision with primary application to medical imaging. Dr. Prince joined Hopkins in 1989, and received the 1993 National Science Foundation Presidential Faculty Fellows Award. He was also honored as Maryland’s 1997 Outstanding Young Engineer and as a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers in 2004.