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The Georgia Institute of Technology will play a key role in a new federally backed initiative to advance medications made from cells, such as vaccines and autoimmune drugs, as well as therapies using living cells to treat a range of conditions.

Being married, with children, during graduate school presents unique challenges, as well as special experiences. 

APDC-supported CorMatrix, develops devices that can grow with the patient

A new Georgia Tech effort aims at developing technologies for manufacturing therapeutic cells.

Georgia Tech is advancing health informatics in ways that will affect the future of health care.

Successful reduction of beta amyloid plaques achieved by using flickering light to modulate brain activity and energize immune cells

Award recognizes the highest level of excellence among early-stage researchers

Computers viewing tiny traits could reveal previously invisible underpinnings of horrible diseases.

Petit Institute founding director part of first Inter-American Stem Cell Conference

Joshua Weitz explains study suggesting a link between viruses in our gut and our health.

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Patches developed by Georgia Tech and CDC could get life-saving vaccine to the people who need it most.
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Forest and research partners hope to turn the art of eavesdropping on brain cells into an automated technique.
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Six finalists (including team Wobble and Petit Scholar Ana Gomez del Campo), vying for InVenture Prize.
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Research from Nick Hud and collaborators reimagines the environment that gave rise to life.
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Petit Institute Associate Director Nick Hud and his collaborators are beyond biology to the role of chemistry in the development of life.
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Georgia Tech and Emory University researchers use microfluidic chips to study how drugs affect the mechanics of cells.
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Petit Institute researcher Dan Goldman weighs in on rescue robots prototype based on cockroaches.
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Better understanding the role of physics in fine-tuning biological processes could give researchers new approaches for diagnosing and treating disease.
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Bioethicist Aaron Levine weighs in on egg donor recruitment and risk disclosure.
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Petit Institute researcher Mark Prausnitz selected as one three Georgia Bio Innovation award winners for 2016.

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