In a very short time, Georgia State University has built an impressive research enterprise. It’s the Institute for Biomedical Sciences, and its scientists are unlocking new insights and answers to an array of diseases and ailments. Tens of millions of dollars in research grants flow into the institute each year, and the university is planning even more expansion.
New $52 Million Antiviral Drug Discovery Center Established by Researchers at Emory University and Georgia State University
Published May 18, 2022 in Georgia State News Hub
The new center at Emory and Georgia State is led and co-founded by researchers with a history of collaborating on successful antiviral drugs, including molnupiravir, which was one of the world’s first antiviral pills approved for use against SARS-CoV-2.read more ❯