Kennda Lynch believes certain microorganisms in Pilot Valley must be using perchlorate as energy source. Because no one knows what these microbes are, Lynch will spend the next year finding out. Supporting her work is a recently announced Ford Foundation fellowship.
Despite the wealth of information about how bacteria communicate, little is known about how quorum sensing proceeds during an infection. Georgia Tech researchers describe for the first time how close bacteria need to be to “talk” in an environment similar to chronic infection in cystic fibrosis.
The new images advance the understanding of measles and related viruses and could suggest antiviral drug strategies likely to work across multiple members of the family that includes measles virus.
Using an informatics tool that identifies “hotspots” of post-translational modification (PTM) activity on proteins, researchers have found a previously-unknown mechanism that puts the brakes on an important cell signaling process involving the G proteins found in most living organisms.
Professor Emeritus Phil Sparling's first book of creative nonfiction explores the intersection of sports, health, and life.
Lizzie Stubbs feels well-prepared for physician assistant school, having already established good study strategies, time management skills, and work ethic at Tech.
Akinade Ojekimande believes Georgia Tech has prepared him well for medical school, the next stop in his dream to be a surgeon.
From implementing student-centered teaching initiatives to mentoring students outside of class, Shana Kerr demonstrates remarkable compassion for her students and passion for teaching.