News & Announcements

  • Athens

Medical Partnership 2016 Match Day Results

Resident applicants at the AU/UGA Medical Partnership gathered on Friday, March 18 at noon in George Hall at the UGA Health Sciences Campus for Match Day, an event celebrating the next step in their medical careers.

  • Athens

The Medical Partnership holds first Grand Rounds with the U.S. Army at St. Mary’s

The AU/UGA Medical Partnership Graduate Medical Education Office held its first Grand Rounds event for healthcare professionals on February 29, 2016 at St. Mary’s Hospital. The event, a joint effort between the Medical Partnership and the U.S. Army, included a presentation on simulation training by Captain Dr. Pamela Tipler, MD, Chief of Inpatient Services at the Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center in Fort Gordon, Augusta.

  • Augusta

Salt intake appears to have little impact on bone health in menopausal women

A low-salt diet does not necessarily translate to stronger bones in postmenopausal women, physician-scientists report.

  • Athens

Campus dean and campus associate dean for research announced at the AU/UGA Medical Partnership

Dr. Michelle Nuss named campus dean of AU/UGA Medical Partnership. Dr. Jonathan Murrow named campus associate dean for research.

  • Athens

Finalist for campus dean of AU/UGA Medical Partnership to visit Athens, Augusta

A finalist in the ongoing search for the position of campus dean of the Augusta University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership will visit Athens and Augusta later this month to meet with faculty, staff, students and community members.

  • Athens

UGA virus researchers start work on Zika vaccine

The University of Georgia and four of its scientists signed an agreement with a Smyrna biotechnology company to work on developing a vaccine for the Zika virus now emerging as a global health threat.

  • Athens

UGA researchers make link between genetics, aging

Scientists at the University of Georgia have shown that a hormone instrumental in the aging process is under genetic control, introducing a new pathway by which genetics regulates aging and disease.

  • Athens

Planting seeds

4 UGA employees named Clarke County Mentors of the Year - including AU/UGA Medical Partnership's Dr. Aimee Martin

  • Augusta

New target identified for reducing cancer metastasis

A protein that is constantly expressed by cancer cells and quiescent in healthy ones appears to be a solid target for reducing cancer’s ability to spread, scientists report.

  • Augusta

Keel named professor in Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Brooks A. Keel, PhD, president of Augusta University, was named professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology in the Medical College of Georgia with a secondary appointment as professor in the Department of Biological Sciences in the College of Science and Mathematics, effective December 2015.