“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.
Researchers in the Department of Physics and Astronomy will take part in collecting and analyzing data from a recent survey of hundreds of thousands of low-mass stars.
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.
Imaging using the agent could help researchers diagnose liver disease earlier and identify disease regression during treatment.
Georgia State researchers say this will be the first systematic study of whether beaver ponds may be just as beneficial as man-made retention ponds in urban areas.
Political science professor Amy Steigerwalt researches the role of women in politics, the federal judicial selection process and other issues related to American politics.
The team aims to use fMRI data to help psychiatrists predict response to medication, helping get patients on the right prescription sooner.
An international team of experts, including researchers from Georgia State, have revealed that groups of stars can tear apart their planet-forming disk, leaving it warped and with tilted rings.