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Professor Mark Prausnitz, headshot(Credit: Christopher Moore, Georgia Tech)

Researchers from Georgia Tech and Emory University are collaborating on the use of miconeedles to deliver flu vaccine. The researchers include (l-r) Chinglai Yang, Harvinder Gill, Vladimir Zarnistyn, Ioanna Skountzou, Dimitrios Koutsonanos, and Maria del Pilar Martin. (Credit: Parker Smith, Georgia Tech)

Researchers pose with an image of an array of stainless steel microneedles. Shown, left-to-right, are Marcus Collins of the CDC, Chris Edens of Georgia Tech, Paul Rota of the CDC and Mark Prausnitz of Georgia Tech. (Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek)

Dr. Samirkumar Patel displays a prototype microneedle used to inject therapeutics into specific locations in the eye. Image behind him on the screen is a magnified view of a site where yellow dye was injected into the suprachoroidal space. (Credit: Gary Meek, Georgia Tech)

Richard Compans of Emory University (left) and Mark Prausnitz of Georgia Tech studied the effectiveness of a vaccine administered using a microneedle patch. (Credit: Parker Smith, Georgia Tech)

Professor Mark Prausnitz (head shot). (Credit: Gary Meek, Georgia Tech)

Researchers Mark Prausnitz (left) of Georgia Tech and Richard Compans of Emory University are leading efforts to develop a new way to deliver the flu vaccine using a microneedle patch. (Credit: Gary Meek, Georgia Tech)

Researchers Mark Prausnitz and Robyn Schlicher use a confocal microscope to study cells whose membranes have been opened by the application of ultrasound. (Credit: Gary Meek, Georgia Tech)

Professor Mark Prausnitz (landscape). (Credit: Gary Meek, Georgia Tech)

Professor Mark Prausnitz (portrait). (Credit: Gary Meek, Georgia Tech)

Professor Mark Prausnitz holding a microneedle patch. (Credit: Gary Meek, Georgia Tech)