Experts available to discuss viral hepatitis outbreaks, rural health care and telemedicine
The PRIDE program's Summer Institute aims to give young scientists a boost to their careers.
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 better understanding could include better interpreting results of...
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 patients remotely.
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, investigators say.
Students from several Augusta University colleges spent the day providing health screenings at Costa Layman Farms.
While regular exercise is clearly beneficial to children — and adults — the psychosocial health of children may benefit as much from other kinds of adult-led after-school programs, Medical College of Georgia researchers report in the journal...
Katrina Keefer has been named chief executive officer for AU Health effective July 15.
June 29, 2018, was the day Mary Jackson’s life changed forever.
Renowned pharmacologist, molecular behavioral neuroscientist who is pursuing better treatment targets for PTSD, depression and Alzheimer’s has been named chair of the MCG Department of Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine.
Augusta University has more than 80 experts on hand to discuss a variety of topics, from health care to politics and beyond.
Over the years, the program has provided more than 5,000 screenings to migrant workers.
MCG scientists looking at body's natural checkpoint, the enzyme CD73, and how it may convert the cell fuel that normally promotes our immune system to attack head and neck cancer cells into something that instead inhibits that attack.
Miles remembers the assistant surgeon telling her “I won’t be the one that takes his life."
While cancer attacks the inside of a person’s body, it can also leave patients with external deformation that will follow them for the rest of their lives. This is the case for female cancer patients who undergo a mastectomy.
The goal is to create a safe space for students from the moment they step on campus to the day they walk the stage at graduation.
Augusta University experts ready to talk trending news topics, including the myth of "curing" cancer.
Learn how students are bringing quality care to farm workers in rural South Carolina.
Volunteers say community service helps build character and strong relationships.
It's a progressive eye disease that's plagued NBA superstar Steph Curry. Now scientists at MCG have a $2.1 million grant to learn more about keatoconus' causes and identify points to better diagnose, treat and maybe even prevent it.