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Moise H. Goldstein, Hopkins biomedical engineer
Moise H. Goldstein, Hopkins biomedical engineer

Moise H. Goldstein Jr., a retired Johns Hopkins biomedical engineer who assisted the hearing impaired, died of dementia complications April 9 at a Providence, R.I., nursing home. The former Mount Washington resident was 88. Hopkins colleagues said that Dr. Goldstein's scholarly research focused on the application of engineering to solve biological and medical problems. He contributed basic research to helping deaf children communicate with sound. Beginning in the 1960s, he was among the first scientists to apply computer technology to the study of the brain. Born in New Orleans, he was the son of architect Moise H. Goldstein Sr., who designed that city's American Bank Building....

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