Dr. Tiffany Townsend and Dr. Lindsey West discuss how the institution is preparing to become more inclusive and better allies to the diverse communities that make us JagNation.
“If we’re going to have a campus in which these incidents are less likely to happen, we have to make sure we heal our community relationships so there’s less fertile ground for those incidents to grow.”
Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, has unveiled plans for the phased and gradual return to in-person instruction for the fall semester.
Paceline Ride's leadership postponed the Paceline Ride weekend in May. This event has been rescheduled for Oct. 24.
Colette Randall is working to make the Augusta University campus more welcoming and accessible for everyone, regardless of their abilities.
Dr. Gretchen Caughman, executive vice president for academic affairs and provost, sends a message to address Augusta University's plan to reopen this fall.
Whether it is efforts to expand coronavirus screening and testing across the state by teaming up with Georgia National Guard and the Georgia Department of Public Health or becoming one of the first hospitals in the state to do convalescent plasma...
Particularly in females with untreated hypertension, reducing salt intake to what’s considered a healthier level appears to be good for both their gut microbiome and their blood pressure, scientists report.
Augusta University’s orientation has transitioned from an in-person program to a hybrid experience, with the first piece of orientation taking place virtually over the summer, and the in-person piece occurring in August when students return to...
Dr. Rebecca DeCarlo, a 2020 graduate of the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, was honored at a White House Commencement Ceremony on Friday, May 22.
The image she designed is everywhere, and so is she: Alissa Eckert (MSMI '06) is the most famous medical illustrator in the world.
“I have to admit, we were at first really scared and mentally not ready, but when the challenge came, so did the teamwork."
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.
“We all want to answer a question: Was the unusual respiratory illness that we experienced this fall and winter actually COVID-19?” said Dr. Phillip Coule, vice president and chief medical officer at AU Health.
So far, the app has been used not just for COVID-19 screenings, but also for some less serious ambulatory cases as well.
Augusta University will lead the expansion of coronavirus testing in Georgia, coordinating specimen collection at nearly 40 sites statewide.
As coronavirus cases continue to rise and testing supplies dwindle, Augusta University Health is partnering with state health officials to test a 3D printed nasal swab.
Efforts by Augusta University to increase local COVID-19 testing capacity received a $1 million boost today, thanks to a joint gift from Augusta National Golf Club and the Community Foundation of the CSRA.
The center will make drive-thru testing more convenient for area residents who screen positive through Augusta University Health's virtual screening app.
People across Georgia with symptoms related to COVID-19 can now be screened and tested for COVID-19 more quickly, thanks to a partnership between Augusta University Health and the Georgia Department of Public Health.