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Georgia Tech and Emory researchers use ultrasound to develop delivery system for potent RNA drugs

New research teases apart the mechanisms behind the checkpoint protein PD-1

Kemp lab uses genome-scale modeling to understand tumor metabolism and predict tumors’ responses to radiation therapy

New research in Optica describes affordable new system for better advanced optical imaging

Platt’s 2017 BMES diversity lecture ended with long, enthusiastic, supportive applause

BME professor named the John and Jan Portman Professor in Biomedical Engineering

BME researcher developing low-cost, self-applied, durable system based on mRNA

Emory and Georgia Tech bring students together to solve COVID-19 problems in virtual hackathon

Physician and researcher Clint Joiner honored by Georgia Tech and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta as recipient of the Sharon and Matthew Price Chair for Pediatric Research

How an idea generated during high school football became a startup company

It’s business, but not as usual, for the Petit Undergraduate Research Scholars during the shelter-in-place age

Computational Neural Engineering Program at Georgia Tech and Emory holds first annual online retreat

Krishnendu Roy and Johnna Temenoff lead a NSF Engineering Research Center at Tech

BME graduate and serial entrepreneur was also part of Georgia Tech Alumni Association’s inaugural 40 Under 40

Kwong wins Georgia Tech’s 2020 Sigma Xi Best Faculty Paper award

Appointment focuses on translating BME’s innovative teaching methods into formalized training programs for faculty and students

Biomedical Engineering Graduate Program Ranked #2 in the Nation

Coulter Department/Petit Institute faculty win support to advance research impacting human health

The grant will help the student-founded Ethos team to demonstrate the feasibility of their product

Keilholz, Stanley, Pandarinath ‘Crossing Space and Time’ in New $1.1M Collaboration

Sun honored with the distinction of being named an ASME Fellow

Georgia Tech BME alumnus to present at TED2020, joining the newest class of 20 global visionaries

The Brainy Bunch takes the prize in BME; The Incredibles, with three BME students, is top Interdisciplinary team

Personalized cancer treatments could improve by combining single-cell proteomic, genomic and metabolic profiles with computational predictive analysis