Heart failure (HF) is one of the major health challenges faced by society today, afflicting 6 million Americans, claiming hundreds of thousands of lives each year and costing more than $30 billion dollars annually .
A tiny mirror could make a huge difference for scientists trying to understand what’s happening in the micron-scale structures of living cells.
The research team of Amit Reddi and Levi Wood never has collaborated on a project. Nor have their fellow Petit Institute faculty members, Phil Santangelo and Francesca Storici.
An industry-driven consortium has developed a national roadmap designed to chart the path to large-scale manufacturing of cell-based therapeutics for use in a broad range of illnesses including cancer, neuro-degenerative diseases, blood and vision disorders and organ regeneration and repair.
Every year, usually early spring or late winter, a group of representatives from the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) at the Georgia Institute of Technology hits the road to visit different biotech companies in another part of the country.
Clarissa Whitmire, a biomedical Ph.D. student working in the Garrett Stanley laboratory, has been awarded the J. Norman and Rosalyn Wells Fellowship.
When he was a little kid, Frank L. Hammond III would watch the Transformers animated series or, if that wasn’t on, he’d watch Challenge of the GoBots.
Earlier this month (May 2016), a diverse committee of faculty, staff, students, along with an external advisory board member, began the process of seeking and evaluating nominations of candidates to fill the position of chair of the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME).
Ross Ethier, professor of biomedical engineering and Georgia Research Alliance Lawrence L. Gellerstedt, Jr.
Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering alumnae Ambika Bumb (BS BMED 2005) and Xavier P. Lefebvre, a Ph.D. student from the Yoganathan lab (Ph.D. ChE 1992) were honored at the 2016 College of Engineering (CoE) Alumni Awards Induction Ceremony.
The future of our nation is in good hands. That was the message Ravi Bellamkonda wanted to drive home in his opening remarks at the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) Leadership Reception last Friday (May 6).
Shella Keilholz, associate professor in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory, has been selected to receive up to $40,000 from the Georgia Tech Fund for Innovation in Research and Education (GT FIRE). The program has two purposes.
Ajit Yoganathan, Regents’ Professor in the Wallace H.
The Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) took time out to honor one of its most vital resources last week with the second annual BME Graduate Student Awards.
Modern pediatric healthcare faces a set of specific challenges, both clinical and financial. For example, there are increasing numbers of children with chronic physical conditions as well as mental health problems.
It was a big night for health and biomedical engineering (BME) at Georgia Tech’s spring Capstone Design Expo, as teams targeting medicine and wellness took home nearly half of the event awards.
On Friday, April 22, the Georgia Institute of Technology honored the most outstanding faculty and staff for the 2015-2016 academic year at its annual honors luncheon held in the student center ballroom. This year, the Wallace H.
Women in Engineering (announced April, 2016) scholarship winners majoring in biomedical engineering are:
Anela Camdzic, Senior
Kylee McLain, Sophomore
Vindhyasree Rapolu, Freshman
Julie Bu, Senior
Kathleen Szabo, Sophomore
Caroline Ware, Sophomore
Marty Jacobson picks the strings of an instrument that he designed and made. Rich, new sounds resonate in his office, evoking the outdoors – an Appalachian valley or green, rolling Irish hills.
Binbin Chen, a biomedical engineering graduate (BSBMED 2013) of the Georgia Institute of Technology has received The Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans. This is the nation’s premier graduate school fellowship for immigrants and children of immigrants.