After competing against a nationwide pool of doctoral students, three students in the Vascular Biology Center were awarded 2019 AHA Predoctoral Fellowship Grants.
At the hearings, university leaders will share their colleges’ and units’ achievements and challenges and present their preliminary goals for FY 2020.
Gene Policinski will be the keynote speaker at the Future of the First Amendment Symposium, a three-day event at Augusta University from March 13-15.
The employee discount program has grown in size to almost 50 businesses and offers discounts in an array of categories that cover a wide range of products and services.
Both sales are open to the public, and all proceeds from the sale will go to Augusta University and AU Health Volunteer scholarships and programs.
Augusta University’s Dr. Darrell Thompson was elected vice president of the Georgia Board of Nursing in January after being appointed to the board by the governor last year.
Preview the upcoming replacement to PAWS, the intranet site currently used by both university and health system employees.
The film, titled "The Things We Leave Behind," is about Atlanta artist Michi Meko and took home the top prize at the 90th Georgia Communication Association conference Feb. 15.
On Feb. 13, Dr. Nicole Whaley shared her survivor story at the Georgia Trauma Foundation Injury Prevention Day at the Capitol with an audience of more than 100 trauma surgeons, nurses, EMTs, legislators and injury prevention advocates.
The event will run from 12-1 p.m. Friday, March 1. All are invited, and the first 50 in attendance will receive a free boxed lunch.
Those interested in applying for the summer program can begin sending in applications Feb. 25. Registration closes May 17.
The Medical College of Georgia’s Educational Innovation Institute will host the 2019 Health Sciences Education Day to highlight opportunities and actions institutions and individuals can take to promote their well-being.
Including spoken word, group ensembles, songs and free lunch, Noon Arts didn’t disappoint.
Augusta University’s Dr. E. Nicole Meyer has been published in a co-edited book titled "Rethinking the French Classroom: New Approaches to Teaching Contemporary French and Francophone Women."
The symposium will cover advances in bone biology and nutrition; graduate student research in musculoskeletal aging; research on brain aging, dementia and neurodegeneration; and collaborative research and funding opportunities.
Dr. Henley was one of 63 participants selected to make up the class of 2019, which has a theme of “Georgia United.”
Dental students, dental hygiene students, faculty and staff teamed up to deliver free dental care equivalent to about $35,000 in services.
Proposals for study abroad and study away programs to run in fall 2019, spring 2020, and summer 2020 are due to the study abroad committee April 1, 2019.
The Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University is working to make the lives of those with pulmonary fibrosis and their families more comfortable.
Open to the public, the lecture series is currently accepting lecturers who enjoy researching the historical aspects of the health sciences and want to share with others remarkable moments from the past.