Assistant Professor Manu O. Platt

Assistant Professor
Georgia Institute of Technology
Manu Platt
Dr. Manu Platt received his B.S. in Biology from Morehouse College in 2001 and Ph.D. from the Georgia Tech and Emory joint program in biomedical engineering in 2006. He finished his postdoctoral training at MIT, then returned to Georgia Tech and Emory in Biomedical Engineering as an assistant professor in January 2009. His research centers on tissue remodeling, specifically HIV-mediated cardiovascular disease, early cancer detection technologies, and pediatric strokes in sickle cell disease. He is also the Diversity Director for the NSF Science and Technology Center for Emergent Behaviors of Integrated Cellular Systems (EBICS).
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  • Being aware that University of Phoenix is a for-profit institution, but remembering how many of us have belittled educational degrees from there and other online colleges like it... How is it different if our institutions do it? We're they ahead of the curve and we are trying to catch up, or are we really doing a better job? Is it just respect vs. no respect or actual outcome differences?

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    3 years and 12 months ago, by Assistant Professor Manu O. Platt
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