Craig Forest




Primary School/Department: 
George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering

Office Location: 
IBB 1310
Georgia Institute of Technology

Research Keywords:

Neuroengineering tools and robotics, ultra-high throughput genomics and molecular measurement instrumentation; 3-D microfabrication and bioMEMS technologies for neuroscience and genomics applications; and micro-lenslet arrays

Research Affiliations:

Research Center Affiliations: 
Regenerative Engineering and Medicine (REM)

Research Areas:

Research Areas: 
Drug Design, Development and Delivery
Molecular, Cellular and Tissue Biomechanics

Research Interests:

The Precision Biosystems Laboratory is focused on the creation and application of miniaturized, high-throughput, biological instrumentation to advance genetic science. The development of instruments that can nimbly load, manipulate, and measure many biological samples—not only simultaneously, but also more sensitively, more accurately, and more repeatably than under current approaches—opens the door to essential, comprehensive biological system studies.

Our group strives to develop these tools, validate their performance with meaningful biological assays, and with our collaborators, pursue discoveries using the instruments.  These instruments, and the discoveries they enable, could open new frontiers for  the  design and control of biological systems.