A new transdisciplinary faculty research cluster in Inflamm-Aging and Brain Aging will be the focus of a three-year recruitment effort to grow Augusta University’s research footprint.
Augusta University Health is partnering with local churches and the Georgia Department of Public Health to provide greater access to COVID-19 vaccines and education through clinics at places of worship.
Dr. Zach Kelehear, vice provost for instruction at Augusta University, has been named interim provost and executive vice president of academic affairs, effective Aug. 31.
An advisory group appointed in June by University System of Georgia Board of Regents Chairman Sachin Shailendra and Chancellor Steve Wrigley to review and study the names of the buildings and colleges on all USG campuses is asking for assistance in...
One of Augusta University Health’s two COVID-19 drive-thru specimen collection locations will relocate to downtown Augusta in an attempt to provide better access to testing for area residents and improved protections for caregivers.
The rate of COVID-19 infection in one of Georgia’s fastest-growing counties may be significantly lower than some other areas of the country, according to an antibody testing study by researchers at the Medical College of Georgia and Augusta...
Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, has unveiled plans for the phased and gradual return to in-person instruction for the fall semester.
Augusta University Health has signed an agreement with Gold Cross EMS to improve medical ground transportation for patients who need the highest levels of care at Georgia’s only public academic health center.
Normal operation for the Summerville Campus and all other offices and divisions is expected to occur by Aug. 3, but President Brooks Keel acknowledged that some offices may need to return sooner to make preparations for fall.
With so many options to choose from, most people spend the better half of their day deciding where and what to eat, but not so for the third of Joel and Susan Jolly’s five boys. Rhett knows exactly what he will have.
Sharecare announced a strategic partnership with Augusta University and Augusta University Health to support Gov. Brian Kemp’s efforts to better inform Georgians about the COVID-19 pandemic while bolstering testing across the state.
“We all want to answer a question: Was the unusual respiratory illness that we experienced this fall and winter actually COVID-19?” said Dr. Phillip Coule, vice president and chief medical officer at AU Health.
Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, urged students, faculty and staff to “stay the course” with telework and social distancing in a virtual town hall on Thursday, April 30.
Augusta University’s fall academic calendar will include a weeklong fall break Nov. 9-13 to coincide with the recently rescheduled Masters Tournament, said Augusta University Provost Gretchen Caughman in a virtual town hall meeting today.
As part of its charge to lead statewide screening and testing for COVID-19, Augusta University Health has expanded testing to include asymptomatic people in Georgia counties hardest hit by the virus and all asymptomatic critical infrastructure...
Augusta University will lead the expansion of coronavirus testing in Georgia, coordinating specimen collection at nearly 40 sites statewide.
As coronavirus cases continue to rise and testing supplies dwindle, Augusta University Health is partnering with state health officials to test a 3D printed nasal swab.
In a press conference today, Gov. Brian Kemp recognized Augusta University Health for their efforts to expand COVID-19 screening through the AU Health ExpressCare app and said the technology will be made available to people across the state.
“Health care workers are our most valuable asset,” said Dr. Phillip Coule, vice president and chief medical officer for AU Health. “Temporarily reassigning staff from areas of low demand to assist with the response to COVID-19 provides support for...
The University System of Georgia announced that, in light of the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, all institutions will move to online instruction for the remainder of the semester.