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In Jeffrey Kramer's first year at Georgia Tech, he’s focused on his studies, joined three unique organizations, and learned what it means to be a Yellow Jacket.

How to Pre-Health at Tech is a new series of stories and experiences with our faculty, current students, and alumni working in healthcare and medical fields. Check back…

Jenna Nash shares her experiences before, during, and after Tech — with tips for preparing for graduate school.

How to Pre-Health at Tech is a new series of stories and experiences with our faculty, current students, and alumni working in healthcare and medical fields. Check back…

Ritika Chanda shares her experiences in challenging classes, undergraduate research, leadership roles in student organizations, an internship, and more at Georgia Tech.

How to Pre-Health at Tech is a new series of stories and experiences with our faculty, current students, and alumni working in healthcare and medical fields. Check back…

In his tenure at Tech, Alonzo Whyte, academic advisor for the Health and Medical Sciences Minor and B.S. in Neuroscience, has seen a diversity of routes for students on the path to a pre-health career. Today he shares advice, insights, and resources.

How to Pre-Health at Tech is a new series of stories and experiences with our faculty, current students, and alumni working in healthcare and medical fields. Check back…

Professor Lena Ting has been named the inaugural McCamish Foundation Distinguished Chair at Emory University this fall, an…

An unlikely combination will take center stage on campus this Friday, October 1. With assistance from College of Engineering researchers, Georgia Tech Arts…

The seemingly simple act of reaching for a cup isn’t really simple at all. In truth, our brains issue hundreds, maybe thousands of instructions to make that happen: positioning your body just…

NIH grant supporting collaborative development of “new paradigm of motor imagery”

For many stroke victims with upper limb motor function impairment, previously simple tasks like reaching for that pen or grabbing that glass of water feel impossible. But the power of imagination…

When the call to service came, Susan Margulies just couldn’t say no--which should be no surprise to anyone who has worked with her.
Safety, tolerance, adherence get high scores in first human tria

For the past few years, Annabelle Singer and her collaborators have been using …

Research Breakthrough Could Inform Different Treatments for Chronic Skin Itch Sufferers

Chronic skin itching drives more people to the dermatologist than any other condition. In fact, the latest science literature finds that 7% of U.S. adults, and between 10 and 20% of people in…

Two interdisciplinary research teams have been awarded 2021 Petit Institute Seed Grants

Two interdisciplinary research teams have been awarded 2021 Petit Institute Seed Grants.


The program annually selects sets of researchers from the Petit Institute as co-…

When you try to remember the name of an acquaintance, the replay that happens in your brain is a bit like the replay of the touchdown on TV.

The slow-motion TV replay shows how the receiver…

Keilholz, Stanley, Pandarinath 'Crossing Space and Time' in New $1.1M Collaboration