Georgia State’s economic impact on Georgia is nearly $2.8 billion, according to new economic data released by the University System of Georgia in a report that highlights the economic benefits of the state’s higher education institutions.
By the time Isiah Morgan had been in the tax field for more than a decade, he realized he needed to brush up on his technical skills. No matter where he worked, be it BDO, Deloitte Tax, or The Home Depot, a significant number of colleagues had earned Master of Taxation degrees from Robinson. Enrolling in the program seemed logical.
Compounds targeting enzymes that control key processes such as fatty acid metabolism and functions related to cell membranes that are required to efficiently produce infectious viruses are potent inhibitors of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, according to a study led by the Institute for Biomedical Sciences at Georgia State.
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