The impact of a transformational gift from the McCamish Foundation is starting to take shape at the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering.
Researchers in the lab of Francisco Robles are advancing optical technologies, bringing greater clarity and understanding to the biomolecular world. Their latest work improves the functionality and affordability of a powerful new imaging technique.
It was 2008, and Joe Le Doux already was tenured in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University.
By Shannon McCaffrey, Emory Health Sciences
With the arrival of the new year comes a new round of funding and commercialization support from the Biolocity program, which also is welcoming a new managing director.
There was a hotly contested presidential election, the nation was fiercely divided by partisan bickering, and Jerica Richardson was just dying to know who her fellow Americans were voting for and, even more important, why.
C. Ross Ethier recently became the fourth researcher from the Georgia Institute of Technology to win the prestigious H.R. Lissner Medal from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. All four have been part of the Wallace H.
By Quinn Eastman, Emory University Research News
Around the world, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) has infected about 36 million people, and 1.8 million new cases emerge every year, with more than 90 percent of the infections spread through sexual contact.
Next-generation sequencing (NGS) has emerged as an important high throughput technology in biomedical research and translation for its ability to accurately capture genetic information.
By its nature, biomedical engineering is a multidisciplinary field, so it wasn’t a great stretch for a trio of undergrads from the Wallace H.
After devoting almost 35 years to the field of bioinformatics, Mark Borodovsky, a Regents Professor and director of the Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Genomics, and his wif
Researchers have developed a potential new treatment for the eye disease glaucoma that could replace daily eyedrops and surgery with a twice-a-year injection to control the buildup of pressure in the eye.
Approximately 60,000 Americans are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease every year, and more than 10 million people worldwide are living with the disease, according to the Parkinson’s Foundation (parkinson.org).
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.”