Radiologic Tech Grads Moving Quickly to Careers
In 2019, 100 percent of the radiologic tech graduates from Georgia State University’s Perimeter College (and its partner hospitals) found jobs within six months.
Not wanting to substitute one addictive product for another was cited as a major reason why U.S. smokers who have never used electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) rejected them as a means to quit cigarettes, according to a new study by tobacco researchers.
The discovery could have wide-ranging impacts, including more effective diagnosis and precision treatment, and less risk to patients.
Dr. Tim Denning, professor and associate director of the Institute for Biomedical Sciences at Georgia State University, has received a four-year, $1.67 million federal grant to study how an immunological pathway influences inflammatory signaling in the intestine that can lead to chronic human diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease.
A novel nanoparticle vaccine that combines two major influenza proteins is effective in providing broad, long-lasting protection against influenza virus in mice, showing promise as a universal flu vaccine, according to a study by the Institute for Biomedical Sciences at Georgia State University.
New research finds that ridesharing services, which keep drunk drivers off the road, are also likely to increase excessive levels of alcohol consumption.
Grady, WellStar and Other Health-Aligned Organizations Sign Pledge to Work Collectively on Affordable Housing Solutions
Researchers at Georgia State’s School of Public Health will coordinate a regional partnership with universities and state agencies to help parents with addiction issues improve their lives and the lives of their children.
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