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Stem Cell Biomanufacuting IGERT highlighted by Georgia Trend Magazine
Nerem and McDevitt were 2 of 6 panelists.
$630,000, for promising new research that focuses on how the body can harness its own potential to heal or regenerate following trauma or disease.
Georgia Tech bioengineering professor Bob Nerem says it’s important to recognize that talent early-on.
McDevitt comments on Balaji Rao work in Scientific American
Apply to see the 2012 TEDx speakers November 17th
View the video of Todd McDevitt giving an overview of research
Todd McDevitt gives a presentation, after a year-long study, on Bioprocessing and Biomanufacturing
COE Dean of Research Highlights the Stem Cell IGERT in Georgia Tech's Alumni Magazine
The pages of this Fiscal Year 2011 Annual Report are filled with many examples of how our students, faculty, staff, and friends are building Georgia Tech’s momentum in support of the goals outlined in the strategic plan.
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Jenna Wilson and Tom Bongiorno recognized.
BBUGS Education and Outreach committee taking science off campus.
Marian Hettiaratchi to receive $15K scholarship.
See Video of microencapsulation of embryonic and mesenchymal stem cells for scalable bioprocessing
Jenna Wilson and Douglas White, second-year IGERT trainees, presented at the Society for Biological Engineering’s 3rd International Conference on Stem Cell Engineering in April 2012
Analyzing the Differentiation of Pluripotent Stem Cells in 3D Environments via Rules-Based Computational Modeling
A K-12 science fair open house organized by graduate students to show how science can be fun!
Adipose stem cells can secrete angiogenic factors that inhibit hyaline cartilage regeneration
Effect of body shape on the motile behavior of bacteria-powered swimming microrobots
IGERT Trainees Devote Time to Community Education and Outreach
For his publication in the Journal of Biomechanics.
IGERT students give stem cell demonstrations to visiting high school students
Jenna Wilson honored for her hard work and service
Rapid, quantitative, reverse transcription PCR in a polymer microfluidic chip
Will support her research over the next 2 years.
Featuring an outreach event for the Atlanta Science festival.
Wilson receives a travel grants for $1,500 for her top poster.
Given to individuals early in their graduate careers based on their demonstrated potential for significant achievements.
Receive $10,000 to accelerate or catalyze her professional development.
Helps ensure the vitality of the human resource base of science and engineering in the United States and reinforces its diversity.
Tom will feature work at annual BMES conference.
He will be presented with it at the annual BMES conference in September!