Georgia State’s university-level research centers and institutes bring together investigators from across disciplines to address critical quality of life issues, such as cancer, obesity, cardiovascular disease, infectious diseases, and child and family well-being. Through collaboration, they’re helping to solve complex problems.
There are also more than 60 centers and institutes in Georgia State’s schools and colleges, including the Georgia Health Policy Center, the Center for State and Local Finance, the Adult Literacy Research Center, the Creative Media Industries Institute and the Urban Studies Institute. Find a full list here.
The University Research Centers Administrative Office supports Georgia State’s collaborative university-level research centers and institutes.
The Office of the Vice President of Research and Economic Development has established guidelines for university-level research centers. These guidelines can be downloaded here.