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Groundbreaking research from Ting lab could shed new light on movement disorders

When you respond to something automatically, without thinking, it’s called a “knee-jerk reaction.” It’s an old idiom based on what happens when the doctor uses his little hammer to strike your…

Groundbreaking research from Ting lab could shed new light on movement disorders

When you respond to something automatically, without thinking, it’s called a “knee-jerk reaction.” It’s an old idiom based on what happens when the doctor uses his little hammer to strike your…

BME assistant professor named Next Generation Leader, invited to participate in advisory council

SEATTLE, WASH.November 9, 2017 —  Eva Dyer, assistant professor in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of…

BME assistant professor named Next Generation Leader, invited to participate in advisory council

SEATTLE, WASH.November 9, 2017 —  Eva Dyer, assistant professor in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of…

Georgia Tech researcher one of 18 innovative young scientists in the nation to receive prestigious honor

Annabelle Singer, assistant professor in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University, was named today by the David and…

Her research seeks to identify optimal treatments for the rehabilitation of balance impairments using neuromechanical approaches

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded Lena Ting, professor in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Emory and Georgia Tech, a five year, $2.6 million grant.…

Petit Institute researcher contributing to ambitious BRAIN Initiative

Hang Lu, the Love Family Professor of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, is co-principal investigator of a project that won an NSF Next Generation Networks Neuroscience (…

Petit Institute researcher contributing to ambitious BRAIN Initiative

Hang Lu, researcher in the Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience and professor in the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, is co-principal investigator of a project that…

Georgia Tech neuroscience researchers explore our most magnificent and vast organ

At the Georgia Institute of Technology, a rare synergy of engineers and scientists, in cooperation with Emory University School of Medicine and other collaborators, is expanding data collection…

The American Physical Therapy Association makes T. Richard Nichols an honorary member.

T. Richard Nichols, a professor in the School of Biological Sciences, has been named an honorary member of the…

Georgia Tech's College of Sciences is now offering a Bachelor's degree in Neuroscience

The Bachelor of Science degree in Neuroscience at Georgia Tech is an interdisciplinary degree that provides training in behavioral and…

Tech researchers have a new theory on why flamingos stand and sleep on one leg.

When it comes to Big Questions About Birds, here’s one that rivals those about chickens crossing roads and that whole chicken-and-egg quandary: Why do flamingos stand on one leg?


GTNeuro researchers on the cutting edge are exploring the frontier between our ears

Imagine trying to eavesdrop on the human brain, with its complex, chattering galaxy of 86 billion neurons, each one connected to thousands of other neurons, holding cellular conversations through…

25th annual gathering at the Petit Institute featured ground-breaking research in neuroscience

The 25th annual Suddath Symposium was devoted, for the first time, to neuroscience research. The two-day event (Feb. 21-22) featured speakers from across the country and both sides of…

High performance brain-to-computer interface

A new research report from Stanford University highlights a high performance brain-to-computer interface that can enable people with paralysis to type words and messages with much higher…