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Augusta University hosts international rural health symposium with universities from Scotland and UGA

Augusta University is proud to announce it is partnering with The University of Aberdeen and Robert Gordon University in Scotland, as well as the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy, to hold an inaugural international rural health symposium on Oct. 27.

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Patients with kidney transplants more vulnerable to common, usually harmless bacterium

“Kidney transplant patients are at risk for all kinds of infections,” says Dr. Sandeep Padala, nephrologist at MCG and the Augusta University Health System.

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School of Computer and Cyber Sciences dean publishes distributed computing storage book

School of Computer and Cyber Sciences Dean, Dr. Alex Schwarzmann, co-authored a book "Consistent Distributed Storage." The book presents several key approaches to implementing shared memory services for networked systems.

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Study on suicide prevention aimed at adolescents and young adults on the autism spectrum

Compared to the general population, autistic people are up to nine times more likely to think about suicide, up to five times more likely to attempt suicide and more than seven times more likely to die by suicide.

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