IBB Faculty Membership Benefits


Seed Grant Applications
Georgia Tech's Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience faculty members are eligible to apply for the Bioengineering and Bioscience Collaborative Grant program. Currently two projects for 50k are funded per year. 

Petit Scholars Program
All IBB labs are eligible to apply for the Petit Scholars program. This program matches a graduate student mentored project with a top undergraduate for one year of research. Click here for more information.

Access to Core Facilities
Members of your lab have access to IBB core facilities.

Invitations to Community Events
IBB hosts hundreds of events each year.  As an IBB member, you will receive invitations to the annual distinguished lecture, several community-wide poster receptions, the holiday party and other events throughout the year.  These community-building activities are vital for keeping our community strong.

Grant Administration Support
IBB has a grant administrator available to Georgia Tech faculty for large, multi-investigator grant coordination support. If you have a large proposal coming up, please contact us to get on the grant schedule. This support is offered on a first come, first served basis.

Industry Relations and Tech Transfer Support
IBB has a staff member dedicated to building industry relationships and assisting with tech transfer support.

Receive the BioNEXT, a monthly e-newsletter that provides the latest bio-related news, announcements and events, as well as publications from IBB faculty members to keep you abreast of the research activities throughout the community. Other IBB-related news and updates are promoted and amplified through our marketing and communications channels.

Event Staff Support
As a member of IBB, if you are organizing a large symposium or meeting, IBB can offer staff support at varying levels, depending on the impact on IBB faculty and students and availability on the event calendar

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