Augusta University

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1120 15th Street or 2500 Walton Way, Augusta, 30912, GA, US

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Augusta University is Georgia's health sciences university and a national center for cyber security education. Home to the state’s only public academic medical center, Augusta’s world-class clinicians are bringing the medicine of tomorrow to patient care today. The university is comprised of nine colleges, including one of the nation's oldest medical schools, the Medical College of Georgia; the Hull College of Business; and the state's only dental school, the Dental College of Georgia.

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Joanne Sexton

Joanne Sexton

Director, Augusta University Cyber Institute

Joanne Sexton is the director of the Augusta University Cyber Institute and a recognized expert on information technology and security.

Cybersecurity Cyber Education Information Technology Information Security Computer Science

Mark  Thompson

Mark Thompson

Professor of Economics & Associate Dean, Hull College of Business

Dr. Mark Thompson is an economist with highly accomplished work in business conditions, risk analysis, energy and the healthcare industry.

Risk Analysis Energy Healthcare Industry Economics

Scott  Thorp

Scott Thorp

Associate Vice President for Research / Chair, Depart of Art and Design

At Augusta University, Scott Thorp seeks to create a creative community around a nationally ranked art and design department.

User-Centered Design Concept Development Contemporary Art Digital Photography Creativity Research Design Thinking

Martha Tingen

Martha Tingen

Associate Director, Cancer Prevention, Control and Population Health

Tingen is a behavioral nurse scientist targeting the impact of COVID-19 on those who smoke or vape.

Coronavirus Pediatric Research in Prevention Community-Based Prevention Cancer Prevention and Control Tobacco Control Second-Hand Smoke Effects COVID-19

 Jose Vazquez

Jose Vazquez

Infectious Diseases

Dr. Jose Vazquez studies and treats infectious diseases, including COVID-19, antibiotic-resistant superbugs and fungal infections.

Coronavirus Translational Medicine in Infectious Diseases Drug-Resistant Infections (CREs, KPCs) Infectious Disease Clinical Trials Antimicrobials and Antifungals Infections associated with biofilms COVID-19

Daniel  Albo

Daniel Albo

Chair, Department of Surgery

Dr. Daniel Albo is an established expert in the field of surgical oncology for gastrointestinal cancers, including colon and rectal cancers.

Minimally Invasive Surgery Cancer Laparoscopic Surgery Surgical Oncology Liver Cancer Pancreatic Cancer Rectal Cancer Colon Cancer

Rhonda Armstrong

Rhonda Armstrong

Chair, Department of English and Foreign Languages

Professor Armstrong is an expert in Southern and Appalachian Literature, Death and Culture, and Perceptions of Rural America.

Perceptions of Rural America Appalachian Literature Southern Lite Death and Culture

Melissa Bemiller

Melissa Bemiller

Assistant Professor

Professor Bemiller's research focuses on violent victimization: homicide, sex crimes, and portrayals of violence in mass media.

Sex Crimes Child Abuse Homicide Violent Victimization Portrayals of Violence in Mass Media Murdering of Children

Jatinder Bhatia

Jatinder Bhatia

Chief of Neonatology

Dr. Jatinder Bhatia is an expert on infant nutrition, neonatology, and ECMO for the Medical College of Georgia.

Neonatal Intensive Care Infant Nutrition Neonatology Prematurity Surfactant Therapy Neonatal and Maternal Nutrition Breastfeeding Promotion ECMO (artificial heart-lung bypass)

Candis Bond

Candis Bond

Director, Writing Center; Assistant Professor of English

Professor Bond is an expert in Writing Center Theory and Practice, Composition and Women's and Gender Studies.

Identity Construction Intersection of space and place (perceptions of women in public space)

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