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For more than 20 years, students and researchers at Emory and Georgia Tech have been blazing new trails together at the intersection of medicine and engineering

New research from BME’s Annabelle Singer links synaptic dysfunction with neural activity essential to memory

“Microbes in Orthopaedic Biomechanics” - Christopher J. Hernandez, Ph.D. - Cornell

"Genomics and Stem Cells for Precision Cardiovascular Medicine" - Joseph C. Wu, M.D., Ph.D. - Stanford

The long and winding road of bringing laboratory accuracy to clinical point of care – and why this road could lead straight to your driveway! - Ingo Chakravarty, Thermo Fisher Scientific

"Lessons Learned from Behavioral and Molecular Characterization of Chronic Preclinical TBI" - Todd White, Ph.D. - Neurobiology - Morehouse School of Medicine

"Re-examining Information Processing in the Mouse Visual Thalamus" - Chinfei Chen, M.D., Ph.D. - Harvard Medical School, Boston Children's Hospital

"Using Functional Imaging to Clarify the Brain Networks that Support Reading and Language Development in Children" - Jeffrey Malins, Ph.D. - Georgia State University

"From Neurons to Behavior in Hydra" - Adrienne Fairhall, Ph.D. - University of Washington

A storytelling and networking event with the GTAA 40 Under 40 honorees from Coulter BME.

To participate in our Career Fair, download the Career Fair Plus App to register for virtual sessions with recruiters.

This year’s T-Night has been redesigned to be highly interactive and engaging, with new activities and experiences to help engage students at all parts of their Tech Journey, from entering first-years to exiting grad students.

In this workshop, we’ll explore the best ways for you to connect with your new community.