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Winners announced for the 2016 TGS Faculty Awards

The Graduate School presented the TGS Faculty Awards to four of the school’s most exceptional faculty members both for their extraordinary student engagement and their dedication to research and education. The winners of the 2016 TGS Faculty Awards...

Grill healthier and cut your cancer risk

While there’s nothing like that distinctive smoky taste from your backyard barbecue, scientists have raised concerns about grilled meats due to the formation of certain chemicals during grilling, including heterocyclic amines and polycyclic...

Cancer Center announces name change

AUGUSTA, Ga. – The GRU Cancer Center will become the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University. “This new name not only reflects our status as the state of Georgia’s official cancer center, but our commitment to research, treatment and outreach in...

10 ways women can stay healthy

Today’s woman has a life jammed with work, family and social events. Oftentimes, women get so busy taking care of others that they fail to care for themselves, and this can be dangerous. In honor of National Women’s Health Week, May 8-14, Augusta...

Young philanthropists raise money for Cancer Center

Siblings, and budding philanthropists, Charlie, Hank and twins Winifred and Murphy Mae Frost – ages 9, 7 and 4, respectively – raised more than $1,000 for the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University one drink at a time. Inspired by their...

Who runs this? Frank Costello does

In 2015, we asked you how the phrase “a marathon, not a sprint” applied to your life. At the time, we were — and still are — in the middle of a tremendous effort to rebrand Augusta University, a process we’ve all been taking in stride. But we were...

Don’t miss PRIDE Summer Institute opportunities

Augusta University’s Program to Increase Diversity Among Individuals Engaged (PRIDE) in Health-Related Research is an all-expense paid research career advancing opportunity sponsored by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI). The...

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