A Program Project Grant from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute is helping to further understand the damage of dead and dying cells in the body.
Augusta University has announced a new master’s program to help build the cybersecurity workforce.
AUPD have some tips to help you stay safe this holiday season.
The East Central Regional Healthcare Coalition presented a plaque to Fresenius for the services provided during Hurricane Irma.
Finish your holiday shopping at the JagStore's 12 Days of Christmas sale!
Dr. Satish Rao spoke with Men’s Health about the importance of digestive health.
Finals Frenzy event offered an opportunity to learn more about what other countries, cultures and people celebrate around this time of year.
Second building at cybersecurity complex to be used as incubator hub for startups and a training space for cybersecurity initiatives and wo
This spring, Sand Hills will debut its first nationally marketed issue.
The College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) has approved and certified the Tutor Training program at AU's Academic Success Center.
The university is hosting its Finals Frenzy all around campus with different events and activities to partake in.
Officers met in the parking lot of the Augusta University Police Department and traveled to the children's hospital to deliver toys.
Masquerade’s ‘experience the frenzy’ event will return to Augusta University Health in the Children’s Hospital of Georgia’s main lobby.
In order to better understand the fight against HIV/AIDS and its various costs, WalletHub asked a series of questions to a panel of experts.
The goal for the two buildings is for them to work off of each other by creating an ecosystem for practical on-site workforce training.
In 2013, Nitish Sood and his brother set out to help the homeless.
New findings show the vaccine to be safe and effective, especially for preadolescents.
The American Heart Association has released new blood pressure guidelines affecting millions.
Augusta University’s Department of Student Life & Engagement (SLE) has been working on building more student life opportunities.
Open to all disciplines, the conference is a great opportunity for any medical professional that would like more information on stroke and neurological care.