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.
Researchers Develop Universal Flu Vaccine with Nanoparticles That Protects Against Six Different Influenza Viruses in Mice
Published January 6, 2020 in News Hub
A novel nanoparticle vaccine that combines two major influenza proteins is effective in providing broad, long-lasting protection against influenza virus in mice, showing promise as a universal flu vaccine, according to a study by the Institute for Biomedical Sciences at Georgia State University.read more ❯
Researchers Develop Approach to Alter Intestinal Microbiota And Vaccinate Against Chronic Inflammatory Diseases
Published December 11, 2019 in News Hub
Targeted immunization against bacterial flagellin, a protein that forms the appendage that enables bacterial mobility, can beneficially alter the intestinal microbiota, decreasing the bacteria’s ability to cause inflammation and thus protecting against an array of chronic inflammatory diseases, according to a new study by the Institute for Biomedical Sciences and the Neuroscience Institute at Georgia State University.read more ❯