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We want you to join our team! As a member of the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University, you are part of more than an institution. You are part of building the future for cancer care and translational research.

At Augusta University and Augusta University Health System, we pride ourselves on hiring the very best employees that the industry has to offer. We believe in a balance between your personal and professional life and that good things become great things when the best minds come together. We believe that creativity solves the world’s biggest problems and that this southern city has a tremendous impact around the world because of our employees.

You will find our commitment to the people who treat and support our patients is just as strong. We offer comprehensive benefits packages, opportunities for challenge and growth, and cutting-edge technology and tools. If an innovative, challenging environment that supports your development is of interest to you, we encourage you to explore career opportunities at the Georgia Cancer Center.

You can see all of the job openings at the Georgia Cancer Center by visiting Augusta University's Employment Opportunities.

Georgia Cancer Center 
M. Bert Storey Research Building
1410 Laney Walker Blvd.
Augusta, GA 30912

Director's Office: (706) 721-0570

Georgia Cancer Center 
Outpatient Services
1411 Laney Walker Blvd.
Augusta, GA 30912

Patient Services: (706) 721-6744

Jagwire News

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What’s happening at Augusta University? Week of Oct. 11-17

This week: a breast cancer fundraiser, the Paceline ride and more.

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Paceline event seeking volunteers for Oct. 15-16

Volunteer options include bike management, food and beverage tent operations, rider check-in and more.

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Applications open for paid student biopharmaceutical research opportunity

Two Augusta University faculty have teamed up to provide a research opportunity to STEM undergraduates interested in a career in drug development.

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Georgia Cancer Center receives $1.7M grant to study why aggressive form of breast cancer can resist treatment

Understanding the role a certain molecule plays in both cancer cells, as well as the cells tasked to kill foreign invaders in the body, could be the key to unlocking the benefits of treatment for one of the most aggressive forms of breast cancer.

Reducing the Burden

The Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University is dedicated to reducing the burden of cancer in Georgia and across the globe through superior care, innovation, and education. Through unprecedented expansion, the Georgia Cancer Center is providing access to more first-in-the-nation clinical trials, world-renowned experts and life-saving options.