Swimming with Sharks

A little scary and a lot of work: Augusta University physical therapy students dive into the shark tank and come out stronger

Georgia’s Opioid Crisis

Georgia’s Opioid crisis is devastating, and it could get a whole lot worse. Augusta University researchers are doing what they can to prepare.

Cancer Crossroads

There are those three words that most use to articulate love. For these two, there is also “Fight Like Mike.”

A Boundless Future

Outgoing Hinman president prevails through challenges Dr. Kathleen (Kate) Robinson has logged countless hours treating dental patients in her office at Vassey Dental Partners in Peachtree City, Georgia, all of which she has thoroughly enjoyed. But it’s her hundreds of volunteer hours in the...

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3 Qs: Dr. Pam Gaudry

After a long career in obstetrics and gynecology, Savannah-based Dr. Pam Gaudry (MD ’89) opened the Georgia Center for Menopausal Medicine and Direct Primary Care in 2018 as a way to deliver a new kind of care to...

Eye on Campus: Hope Unfurled

When Augusta University’s cancer treatment facility opened its doors on Jan. 4, 2010, it signified a radical departure from the dour, antiseptic treatment facilities people were accustomed to. Designed with the help of...

Answers Along the Way: Noel Brown

When it comes to pinning down Noel Brown’s (BA ’11) big break, it’s really tough to argue against that time in 2013 when the TV/Cinema major’s senior thesis won best documentary short at the Atlanta Film Festival...


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