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Ley, Hedrick to lead new MCG Center for Immunology

The new Center for Immunology at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University will dramatically expand research to better harness the power of the immune system to prevent and treat disease.

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Augusta University forms high-performance computing research cluster

The High-Performance Computing Services Core is a joint university research initiative, supported by Augusta University’s Division of Information Technology and the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences.

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Novel treatment target for heart disease found in the blood vessel wall

A molecule of RNA called CARMN has been found in abundance in the healthy smooth muscle cells that help give our blood vessels strength and flexibility, and distinctly decreased in vascular diseases like atherosclerosis, a major cause of heart attack and stroke, scientists report.

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Grant funding applications now open for Converge Symposium Collaborative

Provost Neil J. MacKinnon announced his office will offer grant funding for investigations into rural health issues to 10 collaborative research projects.

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