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...

Alumni and Philanthropy News: The Promise

MCG researchers discovered nearly 20 years ago that tumors and fetuses use the enzyme IDO to escape the immune response. A drug that blocks that pathway is now helping children with relapsed brain cancer. Hen Smadga did not want to believe it. But the MRI, taken at Chaim Sheba Medical Center at Tel...

Analyzing DNA

So I’m sitting in the office of Dr. Candace Griffith, assistant professor in the Department of Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Social Work, and we’re talking about the use and accuracy of DNA evidence in criminal investigations.

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From the Wire: R&D 2018

Autoimmune Kit Receives Patent In 2011, professional tennis player Venus Williams dropped out of the U.S. Open and revealed to the world that she had been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease, Sjogren’s syndrome. Researchers at Augusta University...

Locking Doors

Growing up, Michael Nowatkowski had a passion for building things that made his life easier. Once, he built a string system in his bedroom, connecting the top of his closet door to the door frame. He then tied a counterweight to the other side of...

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