Postdoctoral position in microfluidics and biomechanical cell sorting A postdoctoral position is available at Georgia Tech in Mechanical Engineering and Bioengineering in the group of Todd Sulchek. The Sulchek Group studies the biomechanical properties of cells, tissues and proteins. The objective of this research project is to create and apply a high-throughput microfluidic cell sorting[…]
Tom Bongiorno received a Graduate Design & Research Award from the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) for his abstract, “Mechanical Stiffness as an Indicator of Osteoblastic Human Mesenchymal Stem Cell Differentiation.” He will be presenting this work at the annual BMES confenference in Seattle in September.
Becky won 3rd prize in the undergraduate research spring symposium on her work to investigate red blood cell mechanics.
Billy Wang and the Flomera team won 2nd prize in the Ideas 2 Serve Competition!
Sara Srivastav, currently a student at Dunwoody High School, placed 3rd at the Dekalb County Science Fair while also receiving a certificate, a medallion, and an award for Yale Science and Engineering Association Inc. Congrats Sara on this huge accomplishment!
Tom has recently passed his Qualifying Exams!
Becky is named a 2013 Petit Undergraduate Research Scholar and was featured in the GT Honors Program Newsletter (HyPE)!
Science Guru picked up our work on the biophysical marker for metastatic potential.
Our work on cell stiffness as a biomarker of ovarian cancer is highlighted in Gatech News! The paper is available on PLos ONE.
Wenwei and his work to use cell stiffness as a biomarker of the metastatic potential of cancer cells is highlighted by the Center.