Congratulations to Courtney Astore on successfully defending her thesis “Genetic influences of fatty acid metabolism and ancestral origins on disease” on May 18th, 2013. Great job!
Two faculty members in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering have being named to the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) College of Fellows.
The Annual Spring Undergraduate Research Symposium is Georgia Tech’s largest undergraduate research colloquium.
Congratulations to Paramita Chatterjee from the Gibson lab for receiving one of three $1,000 Technologist Abstract Awards for submitting her abstract to the ISCT 2023 Paris Annual Meeting. (2/21/2023).
The Center for Integrative Genomics was excited to host National Human Genome Institute (NHGRI) Director Dr. Eric Green on Monday, October 10th
Congratulations to Katherine Garcia Martinez for receiving Honorable Mention at the regional science fair.
Congratulations! Sini Nagpal of the Gibson Group was selected as a postdoctoral semifinalist for the 2022 Charles J. Epstein Trainee Awards for Excellence in Human Genetics
Congratulations to Greg Gibson and Maggie Brown for winning the Project ENGAGES Student Mentor Award and Faculty Award for 2021-2022.
Congratulations to Shu Luan from the Gibson Group for being selected to receive the 2022 McCallum Undergrad Research Scholarship Award in Biology!
Covid-19 is often asymptomatic and can lead infected individuals to spread the disease without knowing it.
Erin Connolly Selected for NIH Training Grant in ImmunoEngineering
Congratulations to Erin Connolly, who has been selected for funding as a trainee on the ImmunoEngineering NIH training grant.
Evolution has improved upon the genetic foundations of human health, but could that have changed?
Petit Institute researchers at Georgia Tech use a novel approach to predict disease risk in Crohn’s disease study.
Jordan lab research probes the safety of revolutionary mitochondrial replacement therapy.
Georgia Tech researcher part of NIH-funded multicenter genetic study of prostate cancer in African men.
Genetics study shows a burden of rare mutations affecting how our genes are used.
Multi-disciplined faculty researchers form a nucleus of a re-energized research center.