Fostering a New Generation of Researchers
High school students and undergrads received cutting-edge lab training in the Petit Institute while world-class graduate programs and a variety of different grants opened doors for the next generation of biotechnology researchers and leaders.
High Schoolers and Undergrads Grab Rare Opportunities
2017 class of Petit Undergraduate Research Scholars most diverse in program history.
Jahizreal Aquart takes third in international science fair as the Georgia Tech program completes another year.
Grad Programs Develop Advanced Research Professionals
Mannino used his own chronic, life-threatening blood disorder to pursue his dream of becoming a biomedical engineer.
Kathleen Bates wins Chris Ruffin Student Leadership Award at fourth annual bioengineering program event.
Jordan lab teams with university in Uganda to build research capacity in Africa.
Georgia Tech interdisciplinary graduate program in QBioS welcomes second cohort.
Grants, Honors, Awards Support Bio-Trainees
Georgia Tech wins NIH grant to develop new wave of immunoengineers.
BME grad student will study cutting edge imaging technique at University of Lausanne in Switzerland.
Petit Institute postdoc working to find a cure for type 1 diabetes.