When Brenda Morris left her teaching job in Cobb County and came to the Georgia Institute of Technology in August 1996, right after the Summer Olympics left town, she worked in the Center for Distance Learning.
By Ben Wright
Joe Le Doux’s philosophy to teaching his classes in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University is, “connection before content.”
Mike Pullen was a high school football wide receiver when he first conjured the idea that became LZRD Tech.
Georgia Tech has launched its new strategic plan, which presents a shared vision for the next decade, leading with motto, “Progress and Service for All”.
The ambitious goals and bold actions of the plan prioritizes six key areas:
The live finals will still happen — and still air on GPB stations across Georgia. The preliminary and semifinal rounds are on track, too.
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University have reported promising results from a small initial human feasibility trial studying the effects of flickering light and pulses of sound in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.
By Zoe Elledge
Sometimes, when everyone else in the house is sleeping, Yukina Yajima is burning the post-midnight oil, studying biomechanics in the single digit morning hours, along with the rest of her classmates in BMED 3410.
Atharva Deshmukh had to share a story in front of his classmates in BMED 4000, ‘The Art of Telling Your Story,’ a required course for undergraduates in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University (BME).
Last year, the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University launched the Computational Neural Engineering Program (CNEP).
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Georgia Institute of Technology researcher Annabelle Singer has been named a recipient of the prestigious Jannett Rosenberg Trubatch Career Development Award from the Society for Neuroscience (SfN).
By Zoe Elledge
Every semester a group of bioengineers at the Georgia Institute of Technology meets for lunch to play catch-up with each other, presenting their latest work, an informal show-and-tell.
Research has always been central to the biomedical engineering community.
By Zoe Elledge
In the world of synthetic biology, the development of foundational components like logic gates and genetic clocks has enabled the design of circuits with increasing complexity, including the ability to solve math problems, build autonomous robots, and play interactive games.
Chris Lee earned his Ph.D. from the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University in 2012, then embarked on a successful entrepreneurial quest that has him currently positioned as chairman and CEO of Huxley Medical in Atlanta.
Mahdi Al-Husseini and Varun Yarabarla, both graduates from the Wallace H.