By Victor Rogers, Institute Communications
This is the ninth installment of a yearlong series about women at Georgia Tech. See the full series.
Pamela Bhatti moves with ease between medicine and engineering. Her lab conducts research in biomedical sensors and subsystems, with a focus on cochlear and vestibular neural prosthesis, and the improvement of coronary artery imaging. This particular type of research isn’t what springs to mind when she says she’s an electrical and computer engineer.
“When you hear about medicine and engineering, you think biomedical engineering, not electrical and computer engineering,” Bhatti said. “I have always liked medicine, and I liked making things.”
Last revised May 24, 2019