“I felt a responsibility as a future health care provider to provide my community with answers.”
The new COVID-19 vaccine is reason to celebrate — but don’t toss those masks just yet.
Augusta University Health will host a virtual town hall for health care providers at noon Wednesday, Dec. 9, to cover the latest information on the COVID-19 vaccination and plans for vaccine distribution. AU Health recently announced plans to serve...
Augusta University’s Sickle Cell Transition Program was recently awarded $50,000 from Global Blood Therapeutics, Inc., through the company’s 2020 Access to Excellent Care for Sickle Cell Patients (ACCEL) grant program.
Administered through Georgia CORE, the CDC-funded program will bring colorectal screening, navigation and colonoscopies to 15,000 people in southeast and southwest Georgia.
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.
The image she designed is everywhere, and so is she: Alissa Eckert (MSMI '06) is the most famous medical illustrator in the world.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will host a webinar with Dr. Arni Rao, director of the Laboratory for Theory and Mathematical Modeling in the Medical College of Georgia. The webinar is titled “Innovations in Mathematical Modeling for...
Dr. Pascha Schafer shares advice on screening options during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Need an expert for your upcoming COVID-19 story? Augusta University can help.
Could men be contracting COVID-19 more than women? Dr. Justin Moore explains.
Dr. Phillip Coule explains what it means when you test positive for COVID-19 and outlines the next steps.
If you test negative for COVID-19, Dr. Phillip Coule recommends taking the following precautions.
Dr. Phillip Coule explains the symptoms of COVID-19.
After spending eight days on a ventilator at AU Health due to COVID-19, a patient celebrates going home.
Could social distancing cause a spike in drug overdoses? Dr. Joseph Hernandez provides advice.
Need an expert for your story on COVID-19? Let our experts help.
Augusta University experts available to share insight on COVID-19's impact on the African American community.
“With the rising cases of COVID-19 in our state and city, we felt this was an ‘all-hands-on-deck’ situation and we wanted to do our part to help slow the spread of the virus."
Dr. Phillip Coule explains what you can and cannot do under a stay-at-home order.