Georgia Tech Research Podcasts

Moving Forward Together One Research Story at A Time.

At Georgia Tech, research and innovation are at the heart of its very being. Its 11 interdisciplinary research institutes, the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), six colleges, and hundreds of labs and centers, push the boundaries of science and technology every day. Put simply, we aim to discover the issues that will define the future of research at Tech and uncover new opportunities for engagement with peers, partners, and others, and build the necessary infrastructure to make it all possible.

Kim Toatley, GTRI’s Senior Director of Finance & Research Administration and interim Talent Management Department Director, and Dr. Susan Margulies, Wallace H. Coulter Professor and Chair in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) at Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University, speak with Monica Ngando about their career paths, being a female leader at Georgia Tech, and their advice to other women (and men) at Georgia Tech.

Keith McBride and Julie Kimble from the GTRI Director’s Office, and Michelle Powell of Georgia Tech Strategic Consulting speak with podcast host Matthew Habib about the development of Georgia Tech’s and GTRI’s Strategic Plans.

Cade Cashen and Jim Perkins of the GTRI/SEAL talks to podcast host Scott McAtee about a practical Low Resource Ventilator they developed in 2020 using common parts found in any hardware or auto parts store.

Professor MG Finn, of GT Chemistry and Dr. Phillip Santangelo of the Biomedical department, help us get a better understanding of the COVID-19 vaccine by talking us through the many questions and concerns the majority have about the vaccine. 

Kristi Campbell, ATAS Marketing and Event Manager, speaks to policy changes that have been made in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and provides guidance related to the changes.