Well-Being Strategies Can Boost Resilience 

Atlanta, GA

Beth Cabrera shared her expertise on positivity with Tech students as a guest presenter in a five-week course called Resilience Building Strategies: Growing Through What We Are Going Through.

The Link Between Transit Use and Early Covid Cases

Atlanta, GA

A new study looks at the link between America’s mass transit use and Covid-19 cases at the beginning of the pandemic.

First Large-Scale Study of Covid-Era Birth Data Finds Significant Drop in Premature Cesarean, Induced Deliveries

Atlanta, GA

Published April 6 in the journal Pediatrics, the study by School of Economics Assistant Professor Daniel Dench is the first to examine pandemic-era birth data at scale.

Well-Being in the Classroom

Atlanta, GA

Two Georgia Tech professors are addressing workplace and social challenges through innovative teaching around health and wellness.

MagTrack Technology Opens Doors for Independent Operation of Smartphones, Computers, and Other Devices for Wheelchair Users

Atlanta, GA

Clinical work begins with MagTrack, a cutting-edge assistive technology that enables power wheelchair users to control their connected devices and drive their power wheelchairs using an alternative, multimodal controller.

New Startup Makes Developing Gene Therapies Faster and Easier

Atlanta, GA

A new startup, Andson Biotech, hopes to make the development and production of these gene and cell therapies easier.

National Academies Report Outlines Road Map to Protect Nation’s Respiratory Health

Atlanta, GA

Professor Sundaresan Jayaraman is among a small group of national experts that has authored a new NASEM report that outlines a road map to protect the respiratory health of all Americans.

Environmental Health Engineering Graduate Student Wins CRIDC Innovation Competition

Atlanta, GA

Winning technology is disinfection system that addresses access challenges to clean drinking water

Surveillance Testing Shown to Reduce Community Covid-19 Spread

Atlanta, GA

In early 2020, Georgia Tech researchers designed a saliva-based polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test and encouraged community members to test weekly to track the health of the campus.

New Study Reveals Racial, Ethnic Disparities in Use of Increasingly Popular Prostate Cancer Test

Atlanta, GA

The study found that Black men were at least 23.6% less likely than their white counterparts to receive an MRI exam following an elevated prostate-specific antigen blood test.