In The Fields
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.
Women of color and young women may face elevated risks of developing triple-negative breast cancers, a type of cancer that spreads more quickly than most other types and doesn’t respond well to hormone or targeted therapies, a study published in CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society, shows.
Lauren James, a junior in the Honors College, is one of only 15 undergraduates in the United States and Canada to receive the Generation Google Scholarship, which goes to scholars majoring in computer science and who represent diversity and leadership in the field.
The Georgia Health Policy Center received a $925,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundationto advance local wellness funds.
Influenza remains a major public health risk, and Dr. Baozhong Wang, associate professor in Georgia State University’s Institute for Biomedical Sciences, has received a five-year, $3.26 million federal grant to combat this threat by developing a universal vaccine that offers more protection against influenza than seasonal vaccines.
Arnold Ventures has awarded Georgia State University a $1 million grant to launch the Georgia Child and Family Policy Lab within the Andrew Young School.
Georgia State University welcomed this week 25 Mandela Washington Fellows, young professionals participating in the Young African Leaders Initiative.
40 Under 40 Class of 2018 honoree Kirk Brown (B.A. ’08) never predicted he’d become a media sensation when he announced his daughter’s impending arrival.
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