Three Georgia Tech engineering students — Shovan Bhatia, Katelyn Groenhout and Pradyot Yadav — have been named 2021 scholars by The Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation.
Innovation has become the cornerstone of Emory University School of Medicine’s strategic mission and particularly relevant during this unique time in biomedical history. A key part of this strategy is the promotion of connectivity and creativity through cross-disciplinary partnerships.
As coronavirus infections exploded in the spring of 2020, everyone was looking for ideas about how to fight what had become a full-blown pandemic. The Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering put out the call for ideas and offered faculty members seed funding to pursue them.
When babies are born with severe heart defects like pulmonary artery atresia or hypoplastic left heart syndrome, the prognosis is difficult. There is no cure, no reliable therapy for many of these defects. Just uncertainty.
Storytelling is how we share ideas and culture. It’s how we build relationships.
Doctors routinely prescribe steroid drops for patients after eye surgery or to treat eye inflammation or swelling. Those drugs can cause a sharp pressure increase inside the eyes, however, requiring additional treatment to prevent damage to patients’ sight.
The joint Emory University-Georgia Institute of Technology biomedical engineering program continues to offer one of the best graduate educations in the nation, according to new rankings from U.S. News and World Report released March 30.
Three Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering faculty members have been promoted to full professor this spring, and a fourth has earned tenure and promotion to associate professor.
When Georgia Bio, the state’s life sciences trade association, virtually celebrates its annual Golden Helix Awards April 1, BME Capstone Director James Rains will be there as one of the 2021 Golden Helix Award winners.
The National Science Foundation delivered good news to six biomedical engineering students at Georgia Tech and Emory this month: They received Graduate Research Fellowships from the agency, which is among the most prestigious funding for grad
Three biomedical engineering students have won national scholarships from the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation, including the group’s most-prestigious award.
When faculty members in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering gathered to talk about student experiences of racism and exclusion in December, the stories they heard were moving — and a call to action.
This has been an eventful spring for Lakshmi “Prasad” Dasi, who has added quite a few letters after his name and title.
Though they didn’t win this year’s competition, the InVenture Prize finals were hardly the end of the road for the two teams featuring students from the Wallace H.
As much as the accreditation process can be intense for engineering programs, it’s also a significant investment on the part of those doing the evaluating.
The Southeast Regional Clinical and Translational Science Conference typically features researchers and clinicians sharing important work and discussing the latest advances.
Sigma Xi has recognized the research of two faculty members and a Ph.D. student in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering as some the most noteworthy on campus.
The Georgia Institute of Technology is one of 16 academic institutions selected for Toyota Research Institute’s (TRI) collaborative research program.