IBB Events

Monday
April
22
"Neural Circuits Underlying Learned Motor Sequence Execution" - Bence Ölveczky, Ph.D. - Harvard University
Thursday
April
25
RSVP by 4/22 - Complimentary registration for Georgia Tech faculty, students, employees!
Thursday
April
25
"Lymphatic Vessels: Where Biotransport Meets Immunity" - Melody Swartz, Ph.D., University of Chicago
Tuesday
April
30
"Free Money! Early Stage Non-dilutive Funding for University Startups" - Kevin Wu, M.S. - University of Georgia
Wednesday
May
1
"The Role of Matrix Stiffness in Esophageal Cancer: Mechanism to Translational Therapeutics" - Ricardo Cruz-Acuña, Ph.D. - Columbia University Irving Medical Center
Tuesday
May
7
Researchers across Georgia will learn about ongoing quality, effectiveness, and value-based research activities.
Tuesday
May
7
"Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Development" - the second of four events in 2024
Friday
May
17
Open to all graduate student and postdoc trainees - Network with industry leaders, communicate your research and expand your career opportunities!
Friday
June
7
"Tuning the Immune Response with Advanced Therapeutics"

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Bio Annual Recurring Events

Bioengineering SeminarsBioengineering Seminars

A collaboration between the IBB and BME. Seminars held Tuesdays or Thursdays between 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. View schedule »

 

Breakfast ClubBreakfast Club

Breakfast Club is a seminar series that showcases local IBB faculty members and is held on the second Tuesday of the month. View schedule »

 

Buzz on BiotechnologyBuzz on Biotechnology

Each fall the IBB hosts one of its largest outreach events, the Buzz on Biotechnology High School Open House. More info »

 

Distinguished LectureDistinguished Lecture

The Distinguished Lecture Series brings internationally recognized bioengineering and bioscience leaders to the IBB community to give their perspective on the future of biotechnology. More info »

 

Suddath SymposiumSuddath Symposium

This annual Symposium celebrates the legacy of F.L. "Bud" Suddath by discussing the latest developments in bioscience and bioengineering. The research topic changes annually and speakers include leading researchers from around the world. Go to website »

 

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