ATLANTA–Dr. William Hopkins, professor of neuroscience at Georgia State University, and his colleagues have been awarded a three-year, $1 million grant from the international Human Frontiers Science Program (HFSP) to explore the neurobiological basis for the evolution of language and speech in different primate species.
Hopkins will be working with Dr. Michael Petrides from the… more »
The following is an important notice regarding personal travel to and contact with persons traveling from countries where Ebola outbreaks are occurring.
Travel Alerts and Warnings CDC has posted Warning – Level 3 Travel Notices recommending that people avoid non-essential travel to Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone at this time. Georgia State advises that university-related… more »
It is a mandatory requirement for all personnel working and/or visiting Natural Science Center (NSC) and/or floors 5-9 of Petit Science Center (PSC) to take the “Security Awareness” module, including administrative staff that do not work in laboratories. This training explains security requirements related to research buildings and informing building occupants and visitors of the anti-tailgating… more »
Research & Environmental Safety will begin the laboratory assessments soon. We will have a new electronic assessment database that will be used to notify our office and the Principle Investigators of upcoming assessments, review feedback reports, and more. Get your lab prepared by reviewing the attached lab assessment checklist.
From the Office of the Associate Vice President for Research Use Pivot for your summer research funding searches If research will be a part of your summer activities, don’t forget Georgia State University offers you access to the world’s largest online funding database known as COS Pivot. It’s where funding connected with research expertise turns… more »
Georgia State University has earned designation as an eligible institution under the U.S. Department of Education Title III and Title V programs for 2014. Georgia State and its faculty may apply for grants under the Title III and Title V programs, specifically for the designation as a predominantly black institution (PBI).