The 11th annual Medical Scholars Research Day will showcase the research of 113 second-year medical students.
The annual White Coat Ceremony is a rite of passage and officially welcomes freshmen medical students into the profession.
New MCG Division of Hospital Medicine will oversee inpatient care at AU Health.
Faculty from the Cardiovascular Center at the Medical College of Georgia and Augusta University Health have been invited to give presentations on building a structural heart program, which focuses on tissues and valves rather than blood vessels of...
Bria Peacock, a third-year student at the Medical College of Georgia, has received an Association of American Medical Colleges 2019 Herbert W. Nickens Medical Student Scholarship.
Dr. A. Alejandro Baez is the new director of the Center of Operational Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University.
The PRIDE program's Summer Institute aims to give young scientists a boost to their careers.
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.
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.
The MCG Office of Academic Affairs will now have oversight of both graduate and undergraduate medical education.
Four physicians who volunteer to teach MCG students across the state have been honored for their efforts.
Drs. Marion Jordan, E. Dan DeLoach and Renee Hilton are the recipients of MCG’s 2019 Alumni Awards.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Fourth-year students from the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University will participate in Match Day on Friday, March 15.
Dr. Brian K. Stansfield, who is a 2004 MCG graduate, will lead the group through 2020 and will organize its annual meeting in New Orleans next year.
The daylong conference offers high school and college students an overview of the medical school admission process, opportunities to network and hands-on experience.