Augusta University’s Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences is excited to celebrate the recent publication of research conducted by two faculty members and a master's student.
In her four years at Augusta University, honors student Shubhra Rajpurohit has accomplished a lot. More importantly, though, she’s discovered her passion: research.
Sitting in an emergency room late one night, watching the flash of ambulance lights from the window, Jordan Knoefler knew he wanted to be a doctor.
Alumna of the Summer STAR program, Three Minute Thesis competition winner and recipient of multiple Graduate Research Day awards, Grace Fox will receive yet another title at graduation: doctor.
Students and faculty in the Department of Chemistry and Physics in the College of Science and Mathematics had a strong presence at the recent Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society.
When the College of Allied Health Sciences announced a new PhD program in applied health sciences, Marlo Vernon knew she had to apply. The program combines advanced health care education with excellence in research to produce graduates with...
Lipid that aids normal skin turnover may help psoriasis.
Enzyme arginase 1, known to help our liver get rid of ammonia, can also help repair and protect our retina.
Students in the accelerated BS/MS degree in mathematics/biostatistics will receive a Bachelor of Science in math and a Master of Science in biostatistics within five years.
Getting leptin levels “just right” may provide cardiovascular protection.
Through Medical Scholars Research Day, students are given more opportunities to participate in clinical and translational research.
Balas presented Dr. Lefkowitz with the FNLM Medical Science Award at the conclusion of the Annual Awards Gala titled “Celebrating Leadership in Public Health and Medicine."
A family of cytokines or proteins secreted by immune cells become essential to recover our sense of taste after trauma.
MCG scientists find a group of large, triangular-shaped neurons, in two almond-shaped structures on either side of our brain, form cliques that help us enjoy the total food experience.
Almost 30 percent of surveyed cities have no formal cybersecurity policy, which would include rules on password creation and guidelines for employee training on computer security, according to a recent survey.
A member of a protein family known for protecting our cells also protects cancer cells in aggressive, metastatic breast cancer, scientists report.
Searching for new ways to reduce the impact of mental stress on our physical well being.
Problems like obesity and alcoholism appear to chronically trigger in the liver a receptor known to amplify inflammation in response to invaders like bacteria, scientists report.
Higher levels of oxidative stress in males results in lower levels of a cofactor needed to make the powerful blood vessel dilator nitric oxide, researchers report.
New target is an apparent triple threat to pneumonia.