“A Crisis for Every American”
COVID-19 has heightened housing insecurity in the U.S. Here, Georgia State faculty share eight research-backed ways to help keep Americans off the streets.
The multiuse facility near Center Parc Stadium is slated for August 2022 completion.
Faculty have received $3 million to further develop a tool that will allow researchers to participate in brain imaging analysis without sharing protected patient data.
As Black communities are being devastated by COVID-19, Georgia State researchers are working to illuminate the ways systemic racism drives health disparities, harming and even killing African Americans.
Researchers from around the world built models that could assist with predicting the course of disorders like schizophrenia and depression.
Imaging using the agent could help researchers diagnose liver disease earlier and identify disease regression during treatment.
Tim Renick, who has led Georgia State University’s student success efforts since 2008, will be transitioning to a new role as the founding executive director of Georgia State’s new National Institute for Student Success on Nov. 1.