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.
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.
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.
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.
Exercise is good for you. To understand why, MoTrPAC scientists are creating a whole-body map of molecular responses to endurance training — finding striking “all tissue effects” in a new set of studies, featured on the May cover of the journal Nature.
The new interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Neuroscience and Neurotechnology is expected to enroll its first graduate students in Fall 2025. Sciences will also offer a new Minor in Neuroscience, beginning Fall 2024.
Stroud joins nine newly appointed Fellows and ten ESA Early Career Fellows, elected for "advancing the science of ecology and showing promise for continuing contributions" in the field.
Chris Rozell traveled to Washington, D.C. to share the impacts of the past decade of brain research funded by the NIH BRAIN Initiative with Congress — and share with local representatives how Georgia Tech is playing a key role in leading the charge.
Grant is third NIH award for health technology startup.