Tag - Radiology and Imaging

This #JaguarNation hero drove 14 hours to help in Houston

Dr. Skon Nazarian, a fourth-year Radiology resident, was born and raised in Houston, Texas. When Hurricane Harvey struck, he didn’t waste a second on second thoughts. He knew he had to help. Taking the initiative, he rented a U-Haul and parked it in front of the Children’s Hospital of...

How you can help victims of Hurricane Harvey

Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Augusta University radiology resident Skon Nazarian was determined to find a way to help his hometown in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. So, he rented a U-Haul moving van in hopes of filling it with donations. Together with the Department of Radiology and Imaging at...

Story Ideas: Solar Eclipse

Why are eclipses so rare? What happens during these fascinating and beautiful events? Why have people historically been so terrified of them? Augusta University has answers.

Universities partner to research dinosaur egg

The University of South Carolina Aiken and Augusta University will conduct a press conference in USC Aiken’s Ruth Patrick Science Education Center. The two institutions teamed up to examine a raptor egg being donated to USC Aiken.

ACR Bulletin: Primer on Patient- and Family-Centered Care

The American College of Radiology recently published a blog on Patient- and Family-Centered Care by Dr. Alison Ulbrandt, a Radiology resident at the Medical College of Georgia. Read Ulbrandt’s take on the philosophy of care delivery that was pioneered at Augusta University Medical Center in...

Dr. Rawson makes #HIT100 list for Twitter activity

Dr. James Rawson, chair of Radiology and Imaging, has made the list of the Healthcare IT News #HIT100 list, which includes some of the biggest names in health information technology on Twitter. The names and Twitter handles of this year’s social media favorites are voted on by the people. The...

Radiology employee promotes love in wake of violence

Jeri Ann Beckworth, an administrative assistant in Radiology, was frustrated by all of the hate and negative headlines being made across the nation, so she decided to do something about it. Also a part-time photographer, Beckworth came up with the idea to honor those who recently lost their lives...

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