Dr. Jose Vazquez will share information about the COVID-19 vaccine on a local radio show.
Local leaders will discuss the myths and facts of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Need a story this week? Augusta University has experts ready to speak with you.
Augusta University Health hosted a virtual town hall to cover the latest information on the COVID-19 vaccination and plans for vaccine distribution.
Augusta University Health will host a virtual town hall for health care providers at noon Wednesday, Dec. 9, to cover the latest information on the COVID-19 vaccination and plans for vaccine distribution. AU Health recently announced plans to serve...
Augusta University Health will host a virtual town hall for health care providers at noon Wednesday, Dec. 9, covering the latest information on the COVID-19 vaccination and plans for distribution.
The rate of COVID-19 infection in one of Georgia’s fastest-growing counties may be significantly lower than some other areas of the country, according to an antibody testing study by researchers at the Medical College of Georgia and Augusta...
Georgia State University and Augusta University will provide one-year grants totaling nearly $200,000 to support four research collaborations among faculty from both institutions with a focus on health and health care delivery in Georgia.
If antibodies are found in a person, it means they once had the COVID-19 and have since recovered — information that could be used to help others newly infected.
“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.
Augusta University leadership discussed the first two presumptive positive cases of coronavirus, as well as what the enterprise is doing to protect its students, patients, faculty, staff and the community.
In an effort to keep everyone in our community informed and safe during the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Augusta University leaders will host two town halls to answer questions and address concerns.
A coronavirus app coupled with machine intelligence will soon enable an individual to get an at-home risk assessment based on how they feel and where they’ve been in about a minute, and direct those deemed at risk to the nearest definitive testing...
Can the coronavirus be contained? Infectious disease expert is available to share his expertise on the global health crisis.
Augusta University Health is lowering infection-related outcomes in its patients through antibiotic stewardship.
Experts available to discuss viral hepatitis outbreaks, rural health care and telemedicine
Dr. Arni Rao is leading coeditor of the two new reference books devoted to a particular topic in statistics and addressed to those who use statistical methodology in their work.
Dr. Jose Vazquez, chief of the Division of Infectious Disease, spoke with WRDW about how people living with raw sewage can be in danger of infectious diseases. “People living with sewage back-up especially in their homes are at risk of Hepatitis A,”...
In 2009 alone, the United States spent an estimated $25 billion treating chronic wounds. By 2012, the average cost of treatment per wound was $3,900. Since then, those numbers have steadily risen. Today, chronic wounds affect the lives of more than...
Augusta University experts explain cupping, Zika, the science of recovery and more AUGUSTA, Ga. – New videos from Augusta University feature a diverse set of experts available for interviews on a variety of topics related to the 2016 Rio Olympics...