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Facilitate instruction, scholarly and creative activity, and research collaborations across disciplines

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Provide state-of-the-art equipment and services to researchers at UGA, other universities and industry.

Graduate student Kasey Smith and professor Jenay M. Beer look at interactive companion robots in the Beers laboratory

Helps industry find the right people and resources for the project

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$8.1 BILLION

UGA IMPACT ON
THE STATE OF GEORGIA

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$545.6 MILLION

R&D EXPENDITURES
IN FY 2022

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  • While common illnesses such as pneumonia, strep throat, and urinary tract infections dominate most discussions about infectious diseases, Dr. Daniel Chastain—a board-certified infectious diseases and HIV pharmacist and a Clinical Associate Professor at the College of Pharmacy’s extended campus in Albany—focuses on a different threat: Cryptococcus. This fungus, found worldwide, receives little attention or resources despite … Continue reading "Shifting sands: The changing epidemiology of Cryptococcus infections" The post Shifting sands: The changing epidemiology of Cryptococcus infections appeared first on UGA Research News.

  • The brain tries to protect Black youth from perceived discrimination. It may come at a mental health cost. A new study from the ԹϺ suggests some Black youth are internalizing racial discrimination, which may increase their rates of depression and anxiety. The analysis is part of a national study that followed over 1,500 Black … Continue reading "Black youth are paying an emotional toll due to racism" The post Black youth are paying an emotional toll due to racism appeared first on UGA Research News.

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