News & Announcements
Nancy Moran Hockley, MD, FACS, has been named Chair of Clinical Sciences at the AU/UGA Medical Partnership and Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery at AU’s Medical College of Georgia.
Augusta University and the University of Georgia will expand their research collaborations through a new program designed to help inter-institutional teams of faculty successfully compete for externally funded research grants.
On September 29, the AU/UGA Medical Partnership hosted its fourth annual Student Research Symposium, which showcased the research activities of students during the summer between their first and second year of medical studies.
Sponsored by Augusta University and the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy, the fifth annual Southern Translational Education and Research Conference took place on September 25 and 26 at the Augusta Marriott Hotel.
Founded in 1902, Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) is the only national honor society for medicine in the United States.
Campus tours can generally be scheduled Monday through Thursday between noon and 4 p.m. if you are unable to attend any one of the five Open House events. To schedule a tour, please contact Jennifer Adams directly at firstname.lastname@example.org with a requested date and time.
Dr. Gregg Nagle, Professor of Cellular Biology and Anatomy at the Augusta University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership, was selected as a Governor's Teaching Fellow for the Academic Year 2014-2015.
"Match Madness," a half-hour documentary that follows the lives of three AU/UGA Medical Partnership students in the time leading up to their residency match day, debuts on WUGA-TV on June 16.
Georgia Regents University and the University of Georgia will expand their research collaborations through a new program designed to help inter-institutional teams of faculty successfully compete for externally funded research grants.
On Saturday, March 29, 2014, two teams of AU/UGA Medical Partnership students competed in the Southeast MedWAR competition at Fort Gordon Military Base in Augusta, Georgia. The teams participated in a 14.25 mile course that including navigating through the woods, wading through creeks, canoeing, mountain biking, and performing various outdoor medical emergency scenarios.