The Thyroid/Parathyroid Center at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University is a specialized multidisciplinary center including the expertise of endocrinologists, surgeons and radiologists dedicated to providing outstanding medical and surgical care for patients with thyroid and parathyroid disease.
This “one-stop care” approach serves patients with the full range of structural and functional thyroid and parathyroid disorders. State-of-the-art diagnostic tests include 3-dimensional functional parathyroid scanning and high-resolution ultrasound imaging. Advanced surgical techniques are offered such as endoscopic (minimally invasive) thyroid and parathyroid surgery, and ultrasound-guided fine needle biopsy for the diagnosis and treatment of thyroid and parathyroid conditions such as hyperparathyroidism and hypercalcemia, thyroid nodules, multinodular goiters, thyroid cancer, hyperthyroidism.
Dr. Terris is Surgical Director of the Thyroid / Parathyroid Center and a pioneer in robotic and minimally invasive thyroid and parathyroid surgery. He has published four books and more than 200 articles, and does several hundred thyroid and parathyroid operations each year.
Dr. Terris went to college at Cornell University and medical school at Duke University. His surgical training was at Stanford University. After nine years on the faculty at Stanford, he became Chairman of Otolaryngology at the Medical College of Georgia, (now Augusta University).
In 2014, Dr. Terris stepped down from the chair position in order to focus on his clinical practice.
Dr. Chin obtained his medicine degree at the Medical College of Georgia. He completed his residency at the University of Rochester and his Fellowship in Endocrinology and Metabolism at the prestigious National Institutes of Health. He was on faculty at UAB before coming to Augusta University.
Dr. Chin is Medical Director of the Thyroid / Parathyroid Center and his clinical activities focus on the treatment of patients with thyroid cancer and nodules. He does more than 200 ultrasound-guided biopsies of the thyroid gland each year.
Dr. Mulloy went to college at Texas A&M University and then attended the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. He is currently Chief of the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism and is Senior Associate Vice President of Clinical Research Administration at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University.
Dr. Mulloy has a very specialized clinical practice which focuses on parathyroid disorders and bone endocrinology. He has published widely on this topic and is frequently consulted for these conditions.
Dr. Martin went to college at Clemson University and medical school at the Medical University of South Carolina. She completed her pathology residency followed by cytopathology fellowship at Virginia Commonwealth University and surgical pathology fellowship at the Mayo Clinic.
Dr. Martin joined Augusta University as assistant professor of pathology in 2019. She specializes in cytopathology as well as endocrine, head and neck, and bone and soft tissue pathology and has evaluated hundreds of thyroid fine needle aspiration biopsies over the course of her career.
Dr. Hadyn Williams
Dr. Hadyn Williams, Professor, Department of Radiology & Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Medical College of Georgia (MCG), Augusta University, has practiced nuclear medicine since 1986 at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)/VA Medical Center Wadsworth, at the Hospital University of Pennsylvania (HUP)/VA Medical Center Philadelphia, Atlanta Medical Center/Emory University, and since 2002 at MCG. A Fellow of the American College of Radiology and Fellow and Past President of the American College of Nuclear Medicine, Dr. Williams has participated as Principal Investigator or Sub-Investigator in numerous clinical trials including phase II, III, and IV protocols through the National Institutes of Health and Pharmaceutical/Investigator-Initiated Studies. He has been active in advancement of physiologic Nuclear Medicine imaging and PET imaging since its beginnings at UCLA and HUP, and through multidisciplinary participation, seeing it become an integral component of patient care in surgical and medical oncology and across the medical spectrum.