Drs. Brooks Keel, Phillip Coule and Neil MacKinnon held a town hall to discuss plans for COVID-19 vaccines and to answer questions.
This week on "In the Wild," Raysean Ricks discusses upcoming events and breaks down what’s happening across campus with Kiara Heffner, an intern for the Division of Communications and Marketing.
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.
For a special episode of "In the Wild," Teresa Young Pinhiero, assistant director for transfer admissions, joins us to discuss the unique experience transfer students at Augusta University have as they transition into campus life.
Researchers are trying to find ways to break the "positive feedback loop of tissue damage which leads to inflammation which leads to more tissue damage and more inflammation" in TBI's.
Epidemiologist Dr. Justin X. Moore shares insight into why Black America is leery of getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
To kick off the return of "In the Wild" this semester, Dr. Phillip Coule, vice president and chief medical officer for Augusta University Health, joins us to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine and debunk the myths surrounding its safety.
"I feel like a lot of people think of ROTC and think of wanna-be soldiers. I don’t think people realize the learning and teamwork that takes place."
A new method that produces a better tumor profile is particularly adept at recognizing some of the most serious gliomas, the most common brain tumor type in adults.
Gov. Brian Kemp recognized Augusta University's leadership in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic during his annual State of the State address on Jan. 14.
The former dean of the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy at the University of Cincinnati says he cannot wait to be a part of the Augusta University family.
Faith Films Inc. gives back to Children's Hospital of Georgia.
Angela McGahee wasn't expected to survive to see adulthood, but she defied the odds to become the first woman with tricuspid atresia to ever deliver a full-term, healthy baby and went on to become a proud grandmother. Augusta University honors her...
Augusta University Health's Dr. Phillip Coule shares details on COVID-19 treatment Bamlanivimab.
Retired nurse Sherry McGinty is hoping to see her grandchildren and great-grandchildren more this year after receiving the COVID-19 vaccination at AU Health.
To build better vaccines, scientists want to know more about how our bodies make adequate numbers of effective, durable antibodies against the influenza virus.
Augusta University’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion offered several new programs this year to advance diversity, equity and inclusion. One of their new initiatives awarded faculty and staff grants for research.
Jags Live Well, an initiative of the Dean of Students Office, has launched new mental health resources on its website.
Augusta University Health added a dose of hope to the new year when COVID-19 vaccination clinics opened for employees involved in direct patient care on Dec. 17.