Post date: 2018
Two papers from Georgia Tech researcher highlight development of cutting edge, cost-effective optical imaging technologies
Postdoctoral researcher from García lab invited to present research at PMSE symposium
It may be high time to refocus Alzheimer's research, as a new study strongly points to a biochemical culprit traditionally less pursued.
Startup schooling from BME/Petit Institute faculty member James Rains
Tiny cancer signals of the glycoprotein sort evade detection, but they'll have a hard time dodging the new "chemical octopus."
Instinctive behavior may be directly driven be gene regulation, at least researchers were able to match the two up.
AbGradCon 2018 showcases Georgia Tech’s leadership in astrobiology research and education.
Petit Institute researcher selected for the 2018 Sensors Council Young Professional Award
As a new anti-cancer drug delivery method heads into phase I clinical trials, researchers explore the tissue-level mechanisms that make it work.
Post date: 2016
Petit Institute researcher stresses need for reproducible, reliable, affordable, accessible cell therapies
Dahlman, Paravastu, Robles added to bio-research community
Nerem speech highlights annual Bioengineering grad program celebration
A new Georgia Tech effort aims at developing technologies for manufacturing therapeutic cells.
Royal Society of Biology judged monograph as best postgraduate textbook in 2016
Post date: 2017
Researchers have developed a new technique for rapidly screening the ability of nanoparticles to selectively deliver therapeutic genes to specific organs of the body.
Luke Drnach and Katelyn Fry met through a first-of-its-kind traineeship in healthcare robotics offered by Georgia Tech and Emory University.
Across Georgia Tech, researchers, scientists, and students are creating the next breakthroughs in understanding this complex system, treatments of neurological diseases and injuries, and tools to improve neural function.
Petit Institute founding director recognized with national education and mentorship award named in his honor
National Science Foundation supporting the development of new molecular imaging technique
Metastasis virtually halted in human in vitro cultures via gold nanorod photothermal therapy