Johnna Temenoff was recently named principal investigator (PI), for the Georgia Tech Training Program for Rationally Designed, Integrative Biomaterials (GTBioMAT), and her predecessor, Ravi B
For 15 years the Petit Undergraduate Research Scholars program has been like a gift that keeps on giving for talented young researchers, creating valuable opportunities for the next generation of l
A faculty member with the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) is joining one of the world’s most elite societies for biomedical engineers.
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A group of talented students from the Georgia Institute of Technology took part in a first-of-its-kind program on the Emerald Isle this summer. Students and faculty from the Wallace H.
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Santangelo part of $5.5 million NIH research grant aimed at curing HIV.
Each team to receive $100K for two years to kick-start new research.