Georgia Tech President Peterson and Dr. Mitchell take ALS Ice Bucket Challenge!
To the see the video of Dr. Peterson and Dr. Mitchell taking the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, click here.
As a primary investiagator of a biomedical engineering laboratory at Georgia Institute of Technology specializing in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, Dr. Cassie Mitchell encourages you to take the ice bucket challenge. Dr. Mitchell tells Georgia Tech President Bud Peterson the following about her lab's current ALS research: "We are like ALS weather forecasters. That is, we make computer models to assess possible ALS causes and to develop promising treatment paradigms. The ALS Association Ice Bucket Challenge spreads awareness about Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and helps to fund pivotal research towards a cure." To take the Ice Bucket Challenge, visit the ALS Association website. For more information about Dr. Mitchell's research, see the lab's website.