ATLANTA — This is a story about collaboration in a time of crisis.
Susan Margulies, chair of the Wallace H.
This week, three Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering professors at Georgia Tech received promotions:
Anyone who has diabetes can develop diabetic retinopathy, which is caused by damage to the nerve cells and blood vessels of the light-sensitive tissue in the back of the eye—the retina.
It’s a race against time that some participants liken to Apollo 13, the stricken NASA spacecraft for which engineers improvised an air purification system from available parts to get three astronau
The Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory is ranked #2 in U.S.
The "Discussions on Science and Diversity” video series held at Yale University features casual conversations with scientific leaders focusing on their career trajectories and views on diversity.
Lena Ting is in the liminal space between computation and neurophysiology, illumining how the brain works with the nervous and musculoskeletal systems to move the body.
Bob Nerem often said, “research, like life, is a people business,” and he spent most of his 56-year academic career proving the point.