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By joining the Medical College of Georgia and Dental College of Georgia's biomedical community at Augusta University, you will choose an exciting path of training,  professional and career development.... and incredible possibilities for making a difference. 

Faculty in our Medical College of Georgia and Dental College of Georgia will be your enthusiastic and committed mentors.  They are highly successful, nationally competitive and internationally recognized -  with substantial research funding.  As Biomedical Science graduate students, you will become part of a close and collaborative community of scholars, educators, researchers, clinician-scientists... and will develop life-long friends and colleagues.  

Why wait?  If you are an intellectually curious student committed to developing your talents for a life of discovery, leadership and service— then our Biomedical Sciences Programs are the fit for you 

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September 22, 2021 - 6:00-8:00pm
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Augusta University Graduate School Fair

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September 23, 2021 - 11:00am-1:00pm
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Biomedical Science News

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New algorithm dramatically increases the speed of identifying two cancer drugs that work synergistically

The algorithm could significantly speed up the process of identifying which drugs work together.

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Neuroscientist’s study explores how negative emotional state affects learning

“It turns out only a quarter of the people exposed to the same traumatic event will go on to develop PTSD and it’s not understood why some do and some don’t,” said Dr. Almira Vazdarjanova.

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New evidence of how exercise can counter diabetes damage

Diabetes damages damages existing blood vessels and ability to grow new ones. Exercise could help.

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Age, Alzheimer’s-related brain decline linked to little-studied enzyme

Adjusting the enzyme's level could provide potential treatment of aging and Alzheimer's.

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