• Training the Next Generation

  • Researchers have created a technology called the optoclamp which closes the loop in optogenetic systems.

Welcome to the Center for Immunoengineering at Georgia Tech, a member of the Georgia Immunoengineering Consortium. The Center was established in 2013 by 33 faculty from seven different schools and departments who joined together in an effort to bring engineers, scientists, biologists and clinicians together to encourage new innovative approaches to study the immune system and to assess, predict and control immune response. 


"Chimeric Antigen Receptor T Cells: Clinical Development, FDA Approval, and What’s Coming Next" - Bruce Levine, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
11:00AM - 12:00PM


Technology Developed at Petit Institute Gets Test Run
Portable 3-D scanner developed in lab of Brandon Dixon assesses patients with elephantiasis
Digging Deeper into RSV
Santangelo lab makes startling discovery in research of common, widespread virus.
Training the Next Generation
Georgia Tech wins NIH grant to develop new wave of ImmunoEngineers