Transformative research is bringing together science, engineering, and clinical practice in unique ways to advance the understanding of disease processes and improve health care.
As the life sciences have increasingly converged with engineering disciplines, Georgia Tech’s commitment to research in bioengineering and bioscience has grown dramatically. One example of that commitment was the Institute’s investment, in 1995, of more than $200 million, which enabled the establishment of a four-building bioengineering and biosciences research complex with more than 1 million square feet of space and state-of-the-art core research facilities. Engineers of all varieties, biologists, chemists, physicists, computer scientists, mathematicians, and other experts housed in the complex partner on basic, applied, and clinical research in various areas to improve patient care and the quality of life. These efforts involve over 150 faculty members and hundreds of trainees from across the entire campus.
ISyE research faculty who collaborate with Georgia Tech's Bioengineering and Bioscience Core Research area include: