Our primary goal is further understanding of blood disorders like sickle cell disease. What we learn can direct future investigations and possible cures.
Our international staff of highly competent scientists collaborate with clinical and basic science departments. Augusta University offers a variety of research core facilities.
Our long-standing collaborative relationship with the Augusta University Sickle Cell Center helps bridge the gap between basic research and clinical therapies.
We are experts in multiple experimental methodologies, and while our central goal revolves around the treatment of sickle cell disease, we are also working on projects of a broader nature.
Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine's research facilities occupy more than 2,500 square feet of laboratory space in the Carl Sanders Research Building on the Health Sciences Campus.