One way CBD appears to reduce the “cytokine storm” that damages the lungs and kills many patients with COVID-19 is by enabling an increase in levels of a natural peptide called apelin.
Kate Channell has been named assistant dean of the James M. Hull College of Business, effective Nov. 1.
The total enrollment for the fall semester at Augusta University is estimated to be 9,558 students, which is an increase of 3.1%.
The Augusta University Faculty Club has awarded five $2,000 scholarships to students from each of the university’s health sciences colleges.
College is among seven institutions in the United States to rank in the top 10.
Classes will now be in session the week of Nov. 9-13, with a full week of break for Thanksgiving from Nov. 23-27.
Augusta University is issuing two face coverings to each faculty member, staff and student as campus begins to reopen Aug. 3.
Baban has been serving as the DCG interim associate dean since October 2018.
Masks must be worn on campus shuttles.
Whether it was tackling the university’s name change shortly after arriving on campus in 2015 or facing the complications of this year’s COVID-19 pandemic, Brooks A. Keel, PhD, has always stood up for what he calls his top priorities: students and...
Cannabidiol, or CBD, may help reduce the cytokine storm and excessive lung inflammation that is killing many patients with COVID-19, researchers say.
Nursing students will be working remotely with the farms toward a needs assessment/health care focused project for farmworkers.
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.
Check out the progress made on the College of Science and Mathematics building.
Augusta University, the Medical College of Georgia and The Dental College of Georgia are pleased to announce the spring semester's outstanding faculty award recipients and acknowledge faculty members who are retiring.
South State Banks donates $25,000 to AU Health to help flatten the curve of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Georgia Power Foundation, Inc., will donate $100,000 to help Augusta University continue ramping up statewide screening and testing efforts to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
New ideas are vital to conquering the COVID-19 pandemic, and Augusta University has stepped up to the plate to innovate in a variety of ways.
A task force from Augusta University has teamed up with local companies to produce 3D-printed molds and create at least 500 reusable face masks to help protect the clinical staff at AU Health from COVID-19.
TaxSlayer added to the ongoing community support of Augusta University’s efforts to battle the COVID-19 pandemic with a donation to the Emergency Response Fund.