The Document Detective
Georgia State History Professor Nick Wilding, a super sleuth who uncovers forgeries of rare manuscripts, proved that a prized Galileo text is a fake.
Drugs for inflammatory bowel disease are ineffective and have serious side effects. Professor Didier Merlin is developing a better treatment approach using nanotechnology.
Professor Javier Stern and colleagues recently uncovered surprising new information about how salt intake affects the brain — findings that could have major implications for how we think about cardiometabolic health.
Years of collaboration and hard work lay the groundwork for the university’s transformation into a leading research institution. Here, a look back at a few of the defining moments in Georgia State’s research history.