Emory biology and Georgia Tech electrical and computer engineering researchers combine lab expertise

Emory biologist Samuel Sober received a neuroscience award in collaboration with Muhannad Bakir at Georgia Tech.

Emory University and Georgia Institute of Technology received a $4.8 million grant from the
National Institutes of Health (NIH) BRAIN Initiative to establish a center to make and globally distribute next-generation micro-technologies for neuroscience. The funds will be awarded
over a five-year period.

Co-principal investigators for the project are (left in photo) Samuel Sober, Emory associate professor of biology, and Muhannad Bakir, Georgia Tech professor of electrical and computer engineering. Read more.

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