MCG scientists have discovered the chronic activation of the Adora2a receptor is one way obesity and insulin resistance break down one of the the brain's protections against memory loss and confusion.
Lot 10 on Health Sciences Campus will close permanently May 10.
The medical needs of hurricane victims will be more easily addressed with this award-winning program.
Dr. Lee Ann Merchen, director of MCG's internal medicine residency, has been named to new role to help streamline the medical school's clinical curriculum.
MCG’s Southeast Campus is the recipient of the AAMC STAR Award for their joint efforts with the Medical Association of Georgia to train medical students to respond to disaster situations.
Over 70 people attended the annual Spring Faculty Assembly to celebrate outstanding faculty members from various colleges across campus.
Don't miss the last Noon Arts of the semester.
Dr. Arni Rao is leading coeditor of the two new reference books devoted to a particular topic in statistics and addressed to those who use statistical methodology in their work.
Golf season is in full swing, and here are four tips to lower your risk of injury on the course.
To more accurately diagnose and treat multiple myeloma, scientists should look at the numbers in each arm of the Y-shaped cancer causing proteins differently, since one arm naturally has more, with and without cancer.
This year’s hearings hosted a total of 32 presentations, 300 attendees and approximately 66 webcast viewers. Read more about the hearings here.
MCG scientists have found that high levels of a certain gene are correlated to better colorectal cancer survival rates. Next they hope to design a genetic panel that's predictive of prognosis - good or bad.
In her new role, Dr. Martha S. Tingen will work to build a cancer prevention and control research program to assess the impact of healthier lifestyle choices on reducing preventable cancer deaths in the region.
MCG scientists now know how the immune system rids the body of tumor cells, helping prevent cancer metastasis.
From developing some of the first oral contraceptives to pioneering telemedicine technologies for faster stroke intervention, doctors at Augusta University and its historic Medical College of Georgia have long been recognized as leaders in...
“When people don’t have access to medical care and they can’t afford transportation, those situations truly impact the health of the community."
“I definitely see the importance of regional hospitals. When communities lose regional hospitals, communities die.”
The symposium is targeted to family medicine physicians and other specialists who focus on primary care and will feature workshops presented by faculty from Georgia's public medical school.
Explore the latest research in the fight to cure neurodegenerative disorders at the 2019 Brain Health Symposium.
A synthetic peptide disrupts the destructive inflammation that occurs in nephritis, enabling the kidneys to better recover and maintain function.