The Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University was established to create the biomedical advances that can change lives. A unique partnership between two world-class universities, the Coulter Department’s focus on translational and clinical research prepares students to reach the forefront of leadership in biomedical engineering, as our faculty transform healthcare by shaping the future of research in key biomedical areas.
Biomedical engineering has the potential to unlock a better world. By integrating engineering with medical research and education, it is possible to create the innovations that will vastly improve the quality of life. As the Department continues to expand, the role of private funding has never been more crucial, particularly as we embrace new and exciting initiatives such as our partnership with Peking University.
Through private philanthropy, the Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering will become the international leader in providing biomedical engineering solutions around the globe through advancements in disease detection and prevention, drug delivery, and predictive healthcare. Donors have a unique opportunity to give to one of the nation’s most innovative programs, and to shape the future and improve healthcare for all.
We are pleased to offer you a unique opportunity to influence the future of healthcare through philanthropic support that will propel the Department to the next level of prominence. Your support will help us fight disease, design personalized healthcare systems, create the next generation of prosthetic limbs—and so much more. Learn more about how you can join us in these efforts by reading the campaign brochure.
Together, we can make a difference in people’s lives while honoring the legacy of one of the most influential inventors of the 20th century, Wallace Coulter.
Courtney Lucas Ferencik
Director of Development