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JHU Student Named on Top 10 List for Melanoma Scanning Device Research

Mudge Pirtini, a Johns Hopkins mechanical engineering student, was selected as one of Baltimore's "10 to Watch Under 30."  Under the tutelage of Cila Herman, professor of mechanical engineering at the Johns Hopkins University, Pirtini helped develop a thermal sensor to distinguish melanoma from non-melanoma.  The sensor is currently undergoing testing. 

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