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Immunology Center of Georgia partners with UCSD in $3.3M NIH grant exploring vaccine failures against pathogen that plays big role in antibiotic resistance

An Augusta University researcher is partnering with the University of California San Diego to unravel the complexities of Staphylococcus aureus vaccine failures.

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Augusta University researcher develops new translational technology to help stroke patients

Ali Arbab, MD, has been awarded a grant by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), demonstrating the translational ability of his new technology for treating different diseases.

photo from article Augusta University researcher named to 2023 Class of Fellows for the National Academy of Inventors

Augusta University researcher named to 2023 Class of Fellows for the National Academy of Inventors

Verbeck’s inventions include portable mass spectrometry and chemical sensors which can be used outside the lab to detect harmful chemicals.

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How does Georgia rank when looking at various health factors? Augusta University study provides answers

This year’s report has added information on adult dental health, mental health, skin cancer and overdose deaths. Information on HIV risk behaviors, breast cancer screenings and colon cancer screenings have also been included. The report is the only one of its kind in the state.

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