Biomaterials, immunology, host responses, dendritic cells, tissue engineering, autoimmunity
Regents' Professor, Director of the Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Genomics
Bioinformatics. Computational Genomics. Systems Biology.
Diffuse optics, near infrared spectroscopy, diffuse correlation spectroscopy cerebral blood flow, cerebral oxygen metabolism, hypoxia-ischemia
Nanomedicine, smart materials, immunoengineering, infectious disease, microbiome health, inflammation
Continuum robots; Biomedical robotics and mechatronic systems;
Professor, Chair of Biomedical Informatics (Emory University)
Assistant Professor, Bernie Marcus Early Career Professorship
Bioimaging, Biodynamics and Biocomputation: Multiplexed, Spatially resolved Single Cell Analysis and Subcellular Networks; Tumor Microenvironment and Pediatric Diseases; Machine Learning; BioArt, 3DVisualBio, Demonstration-based Learning
Diversity and inclusion in STEM, identity construction, intersectionality, teamwork and communication skills, and educational assessment.
Rozelle Vanda Wesley Professor
Heart Valve Engineering, Cardiovascular Biomechanics, Biofluid dynamics
Professor, Associate Chair for Graduate Studies, Director, Children's Heart Research and Outcomes (HeRO) Center
Cardiac Regeneration, stem cell therapy
Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies, G.P. “Bud” Peterson and Valerie H. Peterson Professor in Pediatric Research, Carol Ann and David D. Flanagan Distinguished Faculty Fellow, Director, Georgia Center for Medical Robotics, Associate Director, Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines
Image-guided Surgical Robotics, Rehabilitation Robotics, Cancer diagnosis at the micro-scale, and Grasping.
Computational neuroscience, machine learning, image analysis, low-dimensional signal models
Professor, Joseph M. Pettit Chair, Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar
Molecular Science and Engineering Building, Room 4100M
Diagnostic imaging and patient-specific image-guided therapeutics including cancer imaging and diagnosis
Professor, Georgia Research Alliance Lawrence L. Gellerstedt, Jr. Eminent Scholar in Bioengineering
Biomechanics and mechanobiology, glaucoma, osteoarthritis, regenerative medicine, intraocular pressure control, optic nerve head biomechanics
Director of Biomedical Innovation and Development (MBID) Program, Professor of the Practice, Jim Pope Create X Fellow
Commercialization of medical technologies
Neural Circuits, Sensory systems, Vision, Computational Neuroscience, Neuroengineering, Neural Coding, Optical Imaging, Optogenetics.
Professor and Patsy and Alan Dorris Chair in Pediatric Technology, Associate Chair for Translational Research
Wallace H. Coulter Distinguished Chair Professor in Biomedical Engineering, Associate Chair for Emory, Director of Cardiovascular Biomechanics T32 Program at Emory and Georgia Tech
Emory HSRB E170
Cardiovascular Mechanobiology, Therapeutics, and Delivery Lab, Role of flow-sensitive genes and proteins in atherosclerosis and heart valve disease, endothelial mechanobiology, RNA-based therapeutics, and targeted delivery.
Magnetic resonance imaging, functional MRI, neural connectivity, learning and plasticity
Carol Ann and David D. Flanagan Professor, Georgia Cancer Coalition Distinguished Cancer Scholar
Systems biology, computational modeling, redox metabolism, cancer biology, stem cell technologies
Professor, M.D., Ph.D.
3135 Marcus Nanotechnology Building
Cellular mechanics of hematologic processes and disease, microfluidics, microfabrication, BioMEMs, point-of-care diagnostics, pediatric medicine, hematology, oncology
Ultrasound imaging technology
Professor, Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar in Injury Biomechanics
Our research program spans the micro-to-macro scales in two distinct subfields: traumatic brain injury and ventilator-induced lung injury.
predictive medicine, health informatics, personalized medicine, big data, modeling, machine learning, text mining, cancer, neuropathology, neuroengineering
Director of Instructional Laboratories, Senior Academic Professional
Cancer therapeutics, drug discovery/development, regeneration, cellular/ molecular mechanisms in normal/disease physiology, engineered biomaterials, nanotechnology,stem cells, research-based instruction to understand/ tackle biomedical problems.
Wallace H. Coulter Department Chair, Professor
Biopolymer design, tissue healing and regeneration, nanoparticle delivery technologies
Director of Faculty and Student Training, Academic Professional
Genetic engineering, Protein engineering, Cellular Engineering, Self-assembly, Smart Materials, Phase separation, Repetitive DNAs
Biophotonics, microscopy, spectroscopy, interferometry, holography, molecular imaging, non-linear optics
Assistant Professor, Bernie Marcus Early Career Professorship
Bioelectronics, Micro/Nanofluidics, Infectious Disease, Immunology, Point-of-care Diagnostics, Global Health, Single Cell Analysis and Manipulation
Assistant Professor, McCamish Foundation Early Career Professorship
Neural Coding & Decoding, Computational Neuroscience, Learning & Memory, Neural Stimulation, Optogenetics, Neuroengineering, Virtual Reality, Animal Models of Disease, Alzheimer's Disease
Wallace H. Coulter Distinguished Chair in Biomedical Engineering, Professor
Bioinformatics, computational genomics, machine learning, gene regulation, multi-omics, systems biology
McCamish Foundation Distinguished Chair, Professor, Director, McCamish Parkinson's Disease Innovation Program, Co-Director, Georgia Tech/Emory Neural Engineering Center
Neural Coding, Computational Neuroscience, Sensory Physiology, Neural Control, Optical Imaging, Optogenetics
Professor of the Practice
Design, Medical Device Development, Entrepreneurship
Co-Director, Engineering Workforce Development, NSF Cell Manufacturing Technologies Engineering Research Center (CMaT ERC), Academic Professional
As a Co-Director of Engineering Workforce Development Pillar of NSF-funded CMaT ERC, my focus is on training and mentoring of next generation professionals towards preparing a well-trained, diverse, and inclusive biomanufacturing workforce.
Professor, GRA Eminent Scholar, Price Gilbert, Jr. Chair in Regenerative Engineering and Medicine
Microfluidic models of cancer metastasis, Lung-on-a-chip, Biomarker analysis, Chromatin as epigenetic and immune material, Nanofluidics, Bacteria & Microbiome.
Carol Ann and David D. Flanagan Professor
Orthopaedic tissue engineering, hydrogels, affinity-based protein delivery
McCamish Foundation Distinguished Chair in Biomedical Engineering, Professor, Co-Director, Neural Engineering Center
Neuromechanics of moving and sensing, Neuromechanical modeling, Neural mechanisms of rehabilitation, Active sensing, Human-robot interactions
Cell Biomechanics, Systems Biology, Multiscale Modeling and Simulations, Vasculogenesis, Metastasis
Professor, Wallace H. Coulter Distinguished Faculty Fellow, Kavli Fellow, GCC Distinguished Cancer Scholar
To advance and to accelerate the translation of biomedical discovery, development, and delivery through comprehensive biomedical and health informatics (a.k.a. biomedical big data analytics and AI) for personalized and predictive health care.
Regents' Professor, J. Erskine Love Jr. Endowed Chair in Engineering, Executive Director for International Programs
Biomechanics and mechanobiology of cell adhesion and signaling molecules of the immune system and the vascular systems