Reflections at the start of the 2nd year of the QBioS Ph.D
Simon Sponberg in "Physics Today" - Many physiological systems must work together to enable movement in animals and other organisms. Neuromechanics explores how those systems interact with each other and the environment.
Evolution has improved upon the genetic foundations of human health ... but could that have changed?
Georgia Tech interdisciplinary graduate program in QBioS welcomes second cohort
Immune cells of the animal host act synergistically with phage to cure an otherwise fatal respiratory infection in mice.
The American Physical Therapy Association makes T. Richard Nichols an honorary member.
Tech researchers use collaboration to push the frontiers of advanced materials research.
Tech researchers have a new theory on why flamingos stand and sleep on one leg.
Intended for Ph.D. students and instructional faculty in the life sciences
A new analysis of decades of data on oceans across the globe has revealed that the amount of dissolved oxygen contained in...
Michael Kohn, Rice University
A molecular description of cellulose biosynthesis
Inquiring Minds Public Lecture
"Evolutionary Genomics of Prostate Cancer in African Men" - Joseph Lachance, Ph.D - Georgia Tech
"Spike Timing, Precision, and Sensory Conflict in Motor Control" - Simon Sponberg, Ph.D. - Georgia Tech
Faculty labs affiliated with the Quantitative Biosciences program will be showcasing their research in this poster session.
Mandatory Orientation for Incoming Students in QBioS
QBioS Graduate Program Discussion
Georgia Tech Launches new Interdisciplinary PhD in Quantitative Biosciences