Researchers Discover Why Drug For Severe COPD Becomes Less Effective In Patients Over Time

ATLANTA—Roflumilast, a drug recently approved in the United States to treat severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), increases the production of a protein that causes inflammation, which possibly results in patients developing a tolerance to the drug after repeated use and makes the drug less effective, according to researchers at Georgia State University, Kumamoto University… more »

Global Toll Of Smoking Spotlighted In Tobacco Atlas, Authored By Dean Of School Of Public Health

ABU DHABI– Despite clear evidence of the damage that smoking does to human health, the tobacco industry is expanding its sales in low- and middle-income countries across the globe, increasing the burden of chronic health problems in the poorest nations, according to the newly released fifth edition of The Tobacco Atlas.

The Atlas, released on… more »

Georgia State Gets Institutional Transformation Award From ACE And Fidelity Investments

Posted On March 16, 2015
Categories Campus News Tags

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Georgia State University has been recognized as a national leader in its effort to dramatically increase graduation rates by the American Council on Education (ACE), the largest education organization in the country.

Georgia State and Governors State (Ill.) University are the recipients of the 2015 American Council on Education (ACE)/Fidelity… more »