University of Georgia

Engineering grant holds promise for capstone innovation

Photography By Andrew Davis Tucker
University of Georgia researcher Cheryl Gomillion
We want students to take pride in generating new and innovative technologies for biomedical applications and, specifically, look at unmet needs for different populations,” says Cheryl Gomillion, who will use a $30,000 grant from VentureWell to expand her biomedical engineering capstone course. The course provides students an immersive experience at the Piedmont Athens Regional Community Care Clinic. (Photo by Andrew Davis Tucker in 2016)