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Congratulations to Dr. Kim Davies! Davies, who began her academic career at Augusta University in 1996, has been named the dean of Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.
The Georgia Board of Regents has approved the introduction of a new Doctor of Philosophy in Computer and Cyber Sciences degree program at Augusta University. The first cohort of PhD students is anticipated to begin in Fall 2021.
MCG researcher to lead a study in learning how cancer treatment might improve the quality of life of those living with HHT.
Juju Chang, the Emmy Award-winning co-anchor of ABC News' "Nightline," will be the keynote speaker for an Augusta University event intended to raise awareness and educate the community about the history of anti-Asian hate in this country.
Medical College of Georgia investigators report a significant association between a faster decrease in resting heart rate from childhood to adulthood and a larger left ventricle, an indicator that cardiovascular disease may be on the horizon.
Augusta University has received a $1.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to help support the graduate education of future scientists whose focus is cardiometabolic diseases — like hypertension and diabetes — which...
African American women are almost three times more likely to die from a pregnancy-related cause than white women in Georgia. Black mothers in rural areas of Georgia are at an even higher risk.
This week on "In the Wild," two Augusta University alumni join us to shares their perspectives on implicit bias and racial disparities in the health care setting.
A new study reinforces a close association between insomnia, more suicidal thoughts and actions and increased problems like anxiety and depression in people with schizophrenia, providing more evidence that keeping tabs on how patients are sleeping —...
Patients with a high number of genes most associated with pathways that lead to cell death in lung cancer are at increased risk of dying early from their disease, researchers report.
The agreement will allow participants an earlier start to a career in the critical health care field.
The Department of Social Sciences has developed an entirely new set of courses that deal with current issues relating to race, politics and the impact of COVID-19 around the world.
“A curious nature can either get you into trouble or annoy those around you. The trick is to find those along the way who encourage your inquisitiveness and foster an environment to fulfill the desire to know more."
Augustus, the official mascot for Augusta University, took part in celebrating the fact that all Georgians may receive the vaccine as well.
For National Doctors' Day 2021, the Georgia Hospital Association spotlights Augusta University Health and its groundbreaking work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New gene editing technology, prime editing, snips only a single strand of the double-stranded DNA. CRISPR makes double-strand cuts, which can be lethal to cells, and produces unintended edits at both the work site as well as randomly across the...
The video features photos and videos from health care systems, first responders, universities and nonprofits from Georgia, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Montana, New York, Minnesota and Wyoming, to name a few.
Learn how a researcher at the Georgia Cancer Center is working to eliminate Georgia's breast cancer disparities.
More than 800 farm workers in South Carolina received their first vaccine shot on March 13. They are scheduled to receive their second dose in April.