Raimond Winslow

Professor,  Bioengineering
Jointly Appointed,  Khoury College of Computer Sciences
Jointly Appointed,  Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences
Director of Life Science and Medicine Research,  Roux Institute

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Research Focus

Computational modeling of the cardiac myocyte to understand the molecular basis of arrhythmias; machine learning in critical care medicine to identify those patients who require urgent care

About

Professor Raimond Winslow serves as the Director of Life Science and Medicine Research at the Roux Institute in Portland, Maine. He joined the Roux Institute from his role as the Raj and Neera Singh Professor of Biomedical Engineering at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where he was the Founding Director of the Institute for Computational Medicine at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Whiting School of Engineering. Prof. Winslow’s research is focused on two areas. The first is the use of computational modeling to understand the molecular mechanisms of cardiac arrhythmias, or irregular heartbeats, and sudden cardiac death. The second is the use of modeling methods to predict both the evolution of a patient’s health status over time and the impending occurrence of significant adverse events before they occur.

Education

  • PhD, Biomedical Engineering, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (1985)
  • BS, Electrical Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (1978)

Professional Affiliations

  • American Heart Association, Fellow
  • American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, Fellow
  • Biomedical Engineering Society, Fellow

Research Overview

Computational modeling of the cardiac myocyte to understand the molecular basis of arrhythmias; machine learning in critical care medicine to identify those patients who require urgent care

Selected Research Projects

  • Institute for Clinical and Translational Research
    • – co-Principal Investigator, NIH/NCATS

Selected Publications

  • Liu, R., Greenstein, J. L., Fackler, J. C., Bembea, M.M., Sarma, S. V., Winslow, R. L. (2020). Spectral Clustering of Risk Score Trajectories Stratifies Sepsis Patients by Clinical Outcome and Interventions Received. eLife, 2020;9:e58142 DOI: 10.7554/eLife.58142
  • Jin Q, Greenstein JL, Winslow RL (2020). Estimating the Probability of Cellular Arrhythmias with Simplified Statistical Models that Account for Experimentally Observed Uncertainty in Underlying Biophysical Mechanisms. bioRxiv. 2020.
  • Fackler, J.C., Rehman, M., Winslow, R. L. (2019) Please Welcome the New Team Member: The Algorithm*. Ped. Crit. Care Med. 20: 12; 1200-1201
  • Liu, R., Greenstein, J. L., and Winslow, R. L. (2019). Natural language processing of clinical notes for improved early prediction of septic shock in the ICU. EMBC Conference 2019: Biomedical Engineering Ranging From Wellness to Intensive Care, Berlin, 2019
  • Liu, R., Greenstein, J. L., Granite, S. J., Fackler, J. C., Bembea, M. M., Sarma, S. V., Winslow, R. L. (2019). ShockAlert: Early Detection of Septic Shock with Risk Models based on Physiological Monitoring and Electronic Health Record Data. Nat. Sci. Repts. 9:6145.
Raimond Winslow

Faculty

May 24, 2021

New Faculty Spotlight: Raimond Winslow

Raimond Winslow joins the Bioengineering department in May 2021 as a Professor and Director of Life Science and Medicine Research at the Roux Institute.

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