Our students each have a passion to make a difference for themselves and those in the world around them. As a student at Augusta University, you will have the opportunity to make an impact as part of our professional community of educators, researchers, business leaders, nurses, and more.
Read on to learn more about what our graduate students have accomplished, and to see how you can find your fit in one of our programs.
|Jessica Pierce||Cellular Biology & Anatomy||Jessica is investigating bone loss as we age.|
|Amy Paschall||Biochemistry & Cancer Biology||Amy is working to increase the efficacy of the immune system's response to cancer.|
|Simarjot Pabla||Genomic Medicine||Simarjot is using genomic information to investigate the immune system.|
|Cam McCarthy||Physiology||Cam focuses on vascular function, specifically cardiovascular disease and hypertension.|
|Joanna Erion||Molecular Medicine||Joanna was inspired to go into Alzheimer's research by her grandmother.|
|Inas Helwa||Oral Biology||As a post-doctoral fellow, Inas is using bench-to-bedside research to make a difference.|
|Grace Fox||Neuroscience||Grace went from a STAR to a graduate student in the Augusta University Neuroscience Program.|
|Justin Flanders||Education Specialist in Curriculum & Instruction||Justin, a Kindergarten teacher, is currently working towards his second graduate degree at Augusta University.|
|Baria Jennings||Ed.D.||Baria looks forward to focusing her goals of becoming a global ambassador for education, and putting her theories into practice.|
|Jessica Stewart||MPH||Interested in solving problems on a global scale, Jessica chose to pursue a Master of Public Health, with a concentration in management|
|Minz Joseph||Medical Illustration||Minz combined art and science to forge ahead in the field of biocommunications.|
|Thiri Lin||Neuroscience||Thiri is currently studying a subset of inhibitory interneurons in the brain by investigating
their role in neurodevelopment at different critical periods.
|Huijuan Dou||Vascular Biology||
Huijuan uses human tissue biopsies to study coronary heart disease and to develop a better understanding of why the risk of coronary artery disease increases as people gain weight and develop obesity
|Rajneesh Pathania||Biochemistry & Cancer Biology||
When Rajneesh entered the Biochemistry and Cancer Biology doctoral program, he knew he wanted to find a cure for breast cancer
|2016 Who's Who Winners||Congratulations to our 2016 winners!|
|Congrats to Xueyi Li & Huijuan Dou, our AHA Pre-doctoral Fellowship Awardees!|
|Fengjiao Hu||Doctor of Philosophy with a Major in Biostatistics|