Georgia Institute of Technology

Greg Gibson


 

Research Affiliations:

Research Interests:

Genomic approaches to human genetics; variability of gene expression; systems biology of disease; theory of canalization and biological robustness

Mark Borodovsky


 

Research Areas:

Research Interests:

Development and applicaton of new machine learning and pattern recognition methods in bioinformatics and biological systems.

Charlie Kemp


 

Research Interests:

Research focuses on healthcare robotics with an emphasis on autonomous robot manipulation and human-robot interaction.

Maysam Ghovanloo


 

Research Areas:

Research Interests:

Implantable Microelectronic Devices, Wireless Neural Interfacing/Neuroprostheses, Assistive Technologies and Rehabilitation Engineering, Smart Health and Wellbeing, Bio-inspired Microsystems, Low-power analog/digital/mixed-mode integrated circuits

C. Ross Ethier


 

Research Keywords:

biomechanics, mechanobiology, glaucoma, ophthalmology, osteoarthritis, regenerative medicine

Research Areas:

Research Interests:

My research area is biomechanics and mechanobiology, with focus on:

  • Glaucoma, including studies of aqueous humour drainage, optic nerve head biomechanics, and stem cell therapies in glaucoma; and
  • Mechanobiology of osteoarthritis

F. Levent Degertekin


 

Research Interests:

Microelectromechanical Systems and Acoustics and Dynamics; Micromachined ultrasonic and opto-acoustic transducers, atomic force microscopy, and medical ultrasound imaging.

Terry Snell


 

Research Areas:

Research Interests:

Chemical ecology of zooplankton; mate recognition; evolutionary ecology; aquatic toxicology; gene expression in response to environmental stress; aquaculture.

Jim Spain


 

Research Areas:

Research Interests:

Environmental distribution, persistence, and biodegradation of chemical pollutants, Green chemistry synthesis of organic compounds by biocatalysis, Biodegradation pathways in bacteria for application to bioremediation, Environmental biotechnology related to marine, freshwater and subsurface ecosystems, Evolution and adaptation of microbial communities, Biochemistry, ecology, and molecular biology of environmentally relevant microbes, Discovery and characterization of bacteria that degrade synthetic organic compounds, Photobiological hydrogen production by cyanobacteria

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