African-American women who get breast cancer often get more aggressive forms of the disease and at younger ages than other women.
But a Georgia State University researcher has found a way to identify these aggressive cancers in black women, which would let their doctors customize their treatment.
Ritu Aneja,… more »
Dr. Walter Wilczynski in the Center for Behavioral Neuroscience at Georgia State University has received a five-year $499,209 National Science Foundation grant to form a Research… more »
New details of the way an anti-HIV drug blocks replication of the virus, revealed in a Georgia State University study, will allow researchers to design more effective drugs to fight the disease HIV/AIDS, including drug-resistant strains.
To understand the impact of the research led by Professor Irene Weber, it’s… more »