The Image Seen Round the World

The image she designed is everywhere, and so is she: Alissa Eckert (MSMI '06) is the most famous medical illustrator in the world.

At a Distance, But Together

“A virtual commencement. I never thought I’d see those two words in any one sentence — I don’t think anyone did.”

New York City

"I have always told myself that I have two jobs. Medicine is my first job, and writing is my second job."

At a Place Called Tatooine…

“Our mission is to figure out how to work better inside of the world’s largest bureaucracy while fixing the problems of hardware and software — quickly — to support the mission," says Clay Moody, "director of Tatooine."

Roundtable: The Value of Augusta

"Earlier this year, I gave a speech in Davos, Switzerland, for the World Economic Forum, and I said I was from Augusta, Georgia," says Tom Patterson. "Somebody raised their hand and said, 'Of course you are — everybody...

Community Outreach: Sneak Preview

Personal connections. That’s what Myra Morris, who earned her DCG dental degree in May, considers the most important part of a project that was near and dear to her heart throughout her dental education. Morris was...

Through the Lens: DCG Summer 2020

October 25 AU Surgery Center Ribbon CuttingA ribbon cutting and open house for the long-awaited surgery center in the DCG building held Oct. 25 celebrated the ability to offer general anesthesia procedures in an...

Value Addded: Cameroon

One of the first things you’ll notice as you pull into the parking lot of Dr. Emmanuel Ngoh’s beautiful endodontics practice is that his name is nowhere to be
found on the signage.

A Different Kind of Key

As society pushes the limits of technology, the battle between privacy and security is growing more intense. And the consequences are spilling out all over the headlines. In India, for example, widespread hysteria...

Greater Together

Two Spanish language professors — one a linguist, the other an expert in literature and translation — are enthusiastic if unlikely members of the James and Jean Culver Vision Discovery Institute (VDI), a group of...

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