Looking for a research opportunity?

Get involved today.


Browse openings to find projects you are interested in.


Submit a posting to recruit undergraduate students to help with your project.


Approve your students’ proposals before submission. Or, post your own!

Need help finding a lab?

Here are a list of resources available to help you find your perfect fit. 

Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) 

– Mentoring: Sign up at the beginning of every year to be paired with an upperclassman BME student for personalized advice and guidance. 
– Research talks by BME faculty throughout the year

GT BMES Website
Undergraduate Research Ambassadors

Meet with a research ambassador to get one-on-one assistance.

URA Office Hours
Academic Advising

Set up a personal meeting with Paul Fincannon or Kaitlyn Luppino on GradesFirst. 

GT Academic Advising
Vertically Integrated Projects

Apply to an existing team project through VIP. 

GT VIP Program

Student Projects

Students in the GT/Emory biomedical engineering department work on a wide array of projects, from wet lab-based cell culture to computational projects involving bioinformatics and systems biology. Check out these students’ work for more insights on what undergraduate research is like and how to get involved!

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