Mechanical Thrombectomy

The emerging standard of care for big clots in big blood vessels in the brain He wasn’t driving to work. He wasn’t alone upstairs in their rambling home doing his usual morning stint on the computer. He wasn’t across the country alone either as a locum tenens neurologist in North Dakota, where an...

Alone in the Woods

One runner’s fight against doubt, anemia and the desire to quit On race days, Lara Way has her shoes on before the sun comes up. Hundreds of five o’clock starts at the Augusta Canal have led her to this moment. Hundreds more will follow. Before she leaves her hotel room, she takes a moment to braid...

Out of the Lab: Better Together

The new slogan for the James M. Hull College of Business is Better Together, and one of the standout examples of this inclusive idea is the research done by a team of three undergraduate business students working under the direction of Dr. Simon Medcalfe, associate professor of finance and...

First Look: The Heart of a Ninja

So, how did you spend your spring break? Unless you were competing on an internationally televised reality show, Jackson Griffeth’s story probably beats yours. But you’d never know it from Griffeth, an immensely humble third-year dental student who makes only passing references — and then generally...

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MCG Medicine Spring/Summer 2018 From the Dean

It’s been quite a few years since my actual first Match Day, but this year was another first for me. It was my first official Match as dean, and I have to tell you that it was really great to stand on that stage, to look at our students, to see...

Silencing Cancer’s Siren Call

Aggressive, deadly tumors like glioblastoma and metastatic breast cancer have in common a siren call that beckons the bone marrow to send along whatever they need to survive and thrive. Blocking production of the chemical that initiates that call...

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