Experts available to discuss viral hepatitis outbreaks, rural health care and telemedicine
“The work and dedication of the entire team is what has allowed us to achieve this validation of excellence in the management of critically injured adult and pediatric patients.”
Kowalski and Jbara will join the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences faculty this fall as a professor and an assistant professor, respectively.
While doctors may be treating one illness, each appointment serves as an opportunity to educate people about the multiple medical problems associated with tobacco use.
The PRIDE program's Summer Institute aims to give young scientists a boost to their careers.
This system will enhance the university's ability to communicate with you effectively before, during and after emergency or critical events.
“We are honored to produce this event on behalf of the Augusta MS Center at Augusta University."
Scientists at MCG are looking at how neural activity drives blood flow increases and how important the increases are for the health and proper functioning of neurons. Benefits of...
Augusta University celebrates the life of Henry Thomas, longtime manager of the Maxwell Performing Arts Theatre and a volunteer golf assistant for more than 30 years.
The JagCard Office is moving to a new location.
Dr. Judi WIlson has been named dean of College of Education after serving as interim since June 2018.
Augusta University experts are ready to discuss the citizenship question on the 2020 census and gender’s influence on political views.
Dr. David Hess, MCG dean, will testify before Congress about the importance of high-speed broadband internet and how it helped him and others develop a way to treat stroke...
Shelby Adams described the 50-year-old Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Program at AU Health as “making the impossible possible.”
Over the past seven years, 13-year-old Gracey Chafin has raised enough money to purchase more than 300 Radio Flyer Wagons and 50,000 toys for the Children's Hospital of Georgia...
Georgia Hospital Association recognizes Augusta University Health's tobacco cessation initiatives.
They are a popular pet at pet stores across the country. However, one researcher at the Georgia Cancer Center believes a small fish could be key to solving a big problem in the...
Pelzer struggled with what’s known as blepharoptosis, in which she was unable to open her left eyelid.
Focusing on strengthening our muscles rather than losing fat may be a better way to protect ourselves from weight-related hazards like diabetes and cardiovascular disease...