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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

A nanomembrane electrode EMG array for use on large epidermal areas.

BME researcher Bilal Haider investigates the mechanisms of how we process what we see

Georgia Tech researcher Charlie Kemp co-creator of revolutionary research robot designed for home and work

Shu Jia’s lab combines microfluidics with super-resolution microscopy to create a revolutionary new imaging system

Award from the Controlled Release Society was based on his excellent research in genomics and drug delivery

Garrett Stanley will lead work under a landmark gift from the McCamish Foundation to revolutionize treatment of neurological diseases.

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

Georgia Tech/BME assistant professor recognized with career development honor for original, creative work

National Science Foundation supporting development of data mining technologies to clarify causes of multi-factorial disease and uncover better treatments

BME professor recognized for outstanding contributions to medical and biological engineering

"Discussions on Science and Diversity” at Yale video series features Manu O. Platt

Former engineering dean and founding Coulter Department chair recognized for sustained contributions to engineering education at Georgia Tech

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

Georgia Tech researcher will address critical barriers to the progress of noninvasive delivery of anticancer agents in brain tumors

The journal focuses on the application of mechanical engineering principles to improve human health

Robles team develops a new tool to improve CBC and blood smear analysis

Kamau Bobb Delivers Inaugural Petit Institute Antiracism Distinguished Lecture at Georgia Tech

Grad student leadership delivers new format for traditional spring celebration of science and community

Researchers have developed a potential new treatment for the eye disease glaucoma that could replace daily eye drops and surgery.

Professor Zhu runs the Cellular and Molecular Biomechanics Laboratory at Georgia Tech

A team of researchers is now using what they’ve learned about bio-circuits to lay the groundwork for the future of programmable medicine. 

Promotions announced for BME professors Kemp, Kwong, and Le Doux