His close acquaintances would call him “G.G.”; both his intimidated admirers and his fainthearted critics referred to him as ‘Great God’ with no disrespect intended.
G. G. Brown: Mentor and pioneer
Micro lifesaver: Lab-on-a-chip
One of the first of these integrated microfluidic chip devices was developed at the University of Michigan by Mark Burns, T.C. Chang Professor of Engineering, from chemical engineering; David Burke, professor of human genetics; and Carlos Mastrangelo, formerly an electrical and computer engineering professor at Michigan.