Up to 80% of infections in human bodies can be attributed to the bacteria growing in biofilms, and understanding how biofilms grow could lead to critical insights on controlling them.
While most treatments for cardiac events target breaking down blood clots, Georgia Tech researchers have found a way to prevent blood clots from even forming.
Researchers at Georgia Tech have developed a method using nanowires to deliver miRNA to T-cells, preserving their naïve state and significantly enhancing their effectiveness in adoptive T-cell therapy for fighting infections and potentially cancer.
Family tragedy changed Hong Yeo’s life, with his new direction leading to a new potentially lifesaving medical device.
Han will investigate whether blocking specific neurons can help inhibit asthma — which may provide a new avenue for developing treatments.
Melecio will focus on economic development for life sciences and biosciences.
Georgia Tech researchers found that chatbots are less accurate in Spanish, Chinese, and Hindi compared to English when asked health-related questions.
The National Institute of Health (NIH) has awarded Yunan Luo a grant for more than $1.8 million to use artificial intelligence (AI) to advance protein research.
Cardiologists and surgeons could soon have a new mobile augmented reality (AR) tool to improve collaboration in surgical planning.
Biomedical engineer Annabelle Singer has spent the past decade developing a noninvasive therapy for Alzheimer’s disease that also could benefit patients with a host of other neurological disorders, from epilepsy to multiple sclerosis.