Tag - Graduate Research Day

In Their Own Words: Ryan Crislip

Ryan Crislip, 30 years old, Physiology Graduate Program, 4th Year PhD Student  Ultrasound as an alternative to invasive methods  “All started because I do a lot of studies with Ischemia Reperfusion (IR), especially within kidneys, and during this...

In Their Own Words: Paul Tran

Paul Tran, 20 years old, Genomic Medicine Graduate Program, 1st Year MD/PhD Student Genes as a potential treatment for renal cancer “Believe it or not, I changed my main research focus last week, and I went from the awesome abstract to the amazing...

In Their Own Words: Rebeccah Ward

Rebeccah Ward, Physiology Graduate Program, 4th Year PhD Student Potential better treatments for diabetes  “The main point of my research is studying diabetes and stroke. Diabetes is becoming more and more common and it increases the risk of stroke...

In Their Own Words: Merry Ma

Merry Ma, 27 years old, Neuroscience Graduate Program, 3rd Year MD/PhD Student  Possible treatment for Traumatic Brain Injury “Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a leading cause of death and disability in the world – it can happen to anyone at any time...

In Their Own Words: Sarah Sharman

Sarah Sharman, 27 years old, Biochemistry & Cancer Biology Graduate Program, 4th Year PhD Student Research: Viagra for colon cancer prevention “Basically, we figured out that these two drugs, Linzess and Viagra, help in preventing colon cancer...

Graduate Research Day in photos

Postdoctoral fellows, medical residents and graduate students presented at Augusta University’s 32nd Graduate Research Day, an annual event to showcase the research accomplishments of students throughout The Graduate School. Neuroscientist Dr. Dora...

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