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Stem Cell Biomanufacturing NSF IGERT Announces 2nd Class of Trainees


Georgia Tech’s Stem Cell Biomanufacturing IGERT program, recently identified by Nature magazine as one of the “out of the box” manufacturing educational programs in the country, announced its second class of graduate students this week. The seven new trainees come from a wide variety of disciplines including the school of chemical and biomolecular engineering, biomedical engineering, mechanical engineering and material science and engineering.

2011 Trainees: 
Tom Bongiorno – Mechanical Engineering
Rob Dromms – Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Devon Headen – Biomedical Engineering
Greg Holst – Mechanical Engineering
Torri Rinker – Biomedical Engineering
Shalini Saxena – Material Science and Engineering
Josh Zimmerman – Biomedical Engineering