Celebrating Petit Institute People
Petit Institute founding director Bob Nerem is fond of saying, “Research is a people business.” With more than 200 faculty researchers from across the Georgia Tech campus and multiple universities, an award-winning administrative and support staff, and world-class students who represent the future of biotechnology research and leadership, business is good at the corner of Atlantic and Ferst.
Calvin Runnels, a biochemistry student from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is the sixth student in Tech history to be named a Rhodes Scholar.
Receives the 2017 Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Diversity Award.
Petit Institute founding director recognized with national education and mentorship award named in his honor.
Georgia Tech researcher one of 18 innovative young scientists in the nation to receive prestigious honor.
Wide range of personnel honored with Georgia Tech Faculty and Staff Awards.
Founder and Director of the Center for Innovative Cardiovascular Technologies.
Medical robotics pioneer, Petit Institute researcher, and BME professor named IEEE Fellow.
Three Georgia Tech researchers honored as AAAS Fellows for 2017 for their contributions to the advancement of science.
The MRS Medal recognizes an exceptional achievement in materials research.
Three Petit Institute researchers among Coulter Department honorees.
Inducted into the Biomedical Engineering Society’s 2017 Class of BMES Fellows.
Petit Institute researcher contributing to ambitious BRAIN Initiative.
It’s a highly competitive and prestigious invitation, according to the National Academy of Engineering.
Sarioglu received the 2017 Beckman Young Investigator Award for his project titled “All-Electronic Lab-on-a-Chip Platforms for High-Throughput Multi-Modal Cell Phenotyping.”
Petit Institute researcher wins award from Emory School of Medicine.
Four BME faculty will join the AIMBE College of Fellows.
Aaron Levine won the SGA Graduate Faculty of the Year Award at the SGA Graduate Awards Banquet.