By Zoe Elledge
For the first time, a microscopy system has been able to demonstrate super-resolution imaging of living cells in flow.
In the age of big and bigger biomedical data, researchers like May Wang are appropriating a powerful analytics tool from the realm of artificial intelligence (AI) to help.
A startup spun out of Georgia Tech in 2018 to guide gene therapies using lipid nanoparticle technology has been acquired by Beam Therapeutics in an all-stock deal a
Jaydev Desai has been helping lead the scientific exchange and events of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society for nearly two decades, devoting countless hours to create what he called “top-notch” programs for his colleagues worldwide.
Lakshmi “Prasad” Dasi’s contributions to heart valve engineering and biofluid mechanics has earned him a place among the top medical and biological engineers in the country.
A pair of biomedical engineering students has leveraged their experiences in problem-based learning courses and skills from their computer science minors to win the 2021 CarMax Analytics Showcase.
It was only fitting that the inaugural Petit Institute Antiracism Distinguished Lecture (view recording) be held on February 4th, which is the birthday of Rosa Parks,
Tanvi Rao knew she wanted to do work that would help bridge gaps in health equity.
After a few years in consulting and healthcare innovation, she saw a way to do that in radiology and radiogenomics — a emerging part of the field that combines medical imaging and genomic data.
A key public health measure during the Covid-19 pandemic has been social distancing — keeping at least 6 feet of distance between people to minimize spread of the coronavirus.
With a relatively minor genetic change, a new treatment developed by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University appears to stop replication of both flu viruses and the virus that causes Covid-19.
Enriching. Transformative. Nurturing. Authentic.
Those adjectives, and more like them, are how his former students have described Manu Platt and his influence on their education and careers.
Four instructors in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering have been recognized as some of the most effective teachers at Georgia Tech.
A newly published approach to profiling human tissue samples can build a 3D picture of structure and function at the molecular level.
A paper in the scientific journal Cell has called on the National Institutes of Health and other funding agencies to address disparities in allocating support for Black researchers.
As the two Covid-19 vaccines start to arrive in communities across the country, they’re accompanied by questions about how they work and how they were created so quickly.
The impact of a transformational gift from the McCamish Foundation is starting to take shape at the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering.
Researchers in the lab of Francisco Robles are advancing optical technologies, bringing greater clarity and understanding to the biomolecular world. Their latest work improves the functionality and affordability of a powerful new imaging technique.
It was 2008, and Joe Le Doux already was tenured in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University.
By Shannon McCaffrey, Emory Health Sciences