Georgia State University Research Foundation
The Georgia State University Research Foundation supports the research activities of the University through securing gifts, contributions and grants from individuals, private organizations, and public agencies and in obtaining contracts with such individuals or entities for the performance of sponsored research, development, or other programs by the University. Research grants awarded to the Foundation are then provided to the University, which is responsible for the fiscal administration of the grants.
University Research Services & Administration
University Research Services and Administration (URSA) is a support division of the Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development (OVPRED), whose mission is to provide centralized administrative support for research at Georgia State.
Office of Technology and Commercialization Development Programs
The Office of Technology and Commercialization Development Programs promotes the development of Intellectual Property and the transfer of that value to the commercial and economic community.
Georgia State is home to nationally recognized centers that collaborate with other institutions to conduct multidisciplinary research. The university’s areas of focus bring together experts who conduct groundbreaking research on such topics as the brain, biomedicine, and urban health.
A list of research centers and programs, plus administrative staff, can be found here.