Professor Vince Calhoun and associate professor Jean Liu will use advanced machine learning to identify and separate subtypes of Alzheimer’s disease, the sixth leading cause of death in the U.S.
By Randy Trammell
Psychology researchers at Georgia State University are using large-scale imaging analysis to study how symptoms associated with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and major depression relate to changes in the brain.
Georgia State Ranks No. 2 in Nation in Innovation, No. 3 in Commitment To Teaching Rankings of U.S. News.
Sophomore business major Malayna Valree spends her days shuffling between classes and dance practice with the Georgia State Pantherettes. In her free time, she performs alongside some of the music industry’s biggest stars.
Artists Jessica Caldas (M.F.A. ’19) and Wihro Kim (B.F.A. ’16) contribute to a new exhibition on heritage and identity at the High Museum of Art.
by Jac Kuntz
Georgia State students and graduates provide crucial health care to migrant farmers and their families in South Georgia through the Farm Worker Family Health Program.
The shape and connectivity of brain networks — discrete areas of the brain that work together to perform complex cognitive tasks — can change in fundamental and recurring ways over time, according to a study led by Georgia State.
Kirk Gibson (M.S.W. ’18) has hit his stride working for the Giving Kitchen — the nonprofit that got him back on his feet.
Psychology professor Vince Calhoun and his team plan to develop novel algorithms to study individuals with mood and psychosis disorders.
In his new book, “Outbreak: Foodborne Illness and the Struggle for Food Safety,” Distinguished University Professor Timothy Lytton examines the history and complex workings of the country’s food safety system.
The College of the Arts is excited to welcome Zac Brown Band guitarist and School of Music alumnus Coy Bowles (B.M. '04) as the guest speaker for our master’s commencement ceremony. Here are five things you need to know about the Grammy winner.
By Rebecca Rakoczy
Michael Nelson is changing the lives of children by fabricating the low-cost devices.
Access to education has always been a topic of great — and personal — importance to Meklit Gebru. The graduating senior is one of just 10 scholars nationwide selected by the U.S. Agency for International Development for the prestigious Payne Fellowship.