Johnna Temenoff has been appointed to the Carol Ann and David D. Flanagan endowed professorship. Temenoff is a professor in the Wallace H.
Last year, commercial medical history was made when the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the first gene therapy treatment, Kymriah, in the U.S., opening the door to a new world of treatm
Two years ago, Daniel Porada was sitting in a biology class at Columbia University when he came up with the idea for Synapse.
A new national project, which includes the Georgia Institute of Technology, aims to convey the benefits of physics’ age-old intertwining with math upon biology, a science historically less connecte
Now in its sixth year, Project ENGAGES at the Georgia Institute of Technology has been around long enough to have some established traditions.
Ting works across multiple disciplines to advance mobility.
For Cassie Mitchell, predictive healthcare means using data analytics and computational approaches to best predict what care or treatment is going to work for a patient.
Faculty and staff in the Wallace H.
Congenital heart disease (CHD) affects nearly nine in every 1,000 babies born. In fact, it’s the world’s most common birth defect.
More than 1 million Americans require daily physical assistance to get dressed because of injury, disease and advanced age.