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Diabetes is the leading cause of kidney failure, and scientists have found that infusing just a small dose of a cytokine, thought to help cause that failure, can instead prevent or reverse it.
Inside the brain, a protein called YAP, best known for its ability to help right-size our developing hearts and livers, appears to have the different but equally important task of helping control inflammation.
Alison Bracewell McCullick, currently the Medical Partnership's Director of Outreach and Communications, will join the University of Georgia Office of Government Relations as its community relations coordinator starting Jan. 11, according to Griff Doyle, UGA vice president for government relations.
Researchers at the University of Georgia found that pathogens, like salmonella, can survive for at least six months in cookies and crackers. The recent study was prompted by an increased number of outbreaks of foodborne diseases linked to low-water-activity, or dry, foods
More than 100 faculty of the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University have been recognized with Exemplary Teaching Awards for their contributions to students and residents at the state’s medical school -- including six Medical Partnership faculty members.
A class of drugs used increasingly to help fight cancer may have the additional benefit of protecting the kidneys when packaged with the powerful chemotherapy agent cisplatin.
Dr. Leonard Reeves, associate dean of Augusta University’s Northwest Clinical Campus, produces a periodic series of YouTube videos titled “Your Health” which explain complex healthcare topics in the simplest terms.
A novel peptide appears to enhance a natural mechanism for protecting stressed brain cells and improve cognitive function following cardiac arrest, scientists report.
In an effort to help Georgia hospitals better address the state's ongoing physician shortage, St. Mary's and the Augusta University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership will host a seminar about Graduate Medical Education (GME) on Dec. 10 for new teaching hospitals in the state.
Two finalists for the position of Campus Dean of the Augusta University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership will visit Athens and Augusta in December to meet with faculty, staff, students and community members.