Welcome Home, Tommy

MCG’s third black student takes pride in where he has gone — and in coming back. He would like to have seen that statistical analysis. He would like to have seen that statistical analysis. His medical school class of 106 students had six Jews and...

From The President

In 1828, the Medical College of Georgia — a foundational institution of Augusta University — was created on the principles of medicine and health. And for 188 years, MCG has dedicated itself to these principles for the benefit of Georgians. The...

Beyond Capacity

Scientists explore the physiological irony that high blood pressure kills cells, which generates trash that further raises blood pressure. It’s a vicious and apparently unhealthy circle.  It’s a vicious and apparently unhealthy circle.  While we’ve...

The Why And The How

There is a nearly 20-year-old drug that can significantly improve the lives of sickle cell patients; still, most patients don’t adhere. Researchers at the Sickle Cell Center want to change that paradigm. He was told he wouldn’t see his eighth...

Scholarships Matter

An MCG Foundation gift means new scholarships to attract and keep diverse Georgia medical students. A $1 million gift from the MCG Foundation will establish new scholarships and further diversify the state’s public medical school. Announced at the...

Donor Profile: The Life and Times of Dr. Jones

The only physician in Gray, Georgia, for about 35 years, Dr. H.B. Jones never forgot his roots or the medical school that made his life possible. This lady had walked from the grocery store down there into the street and didn’t see the car coming...

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