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



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.



Experts (77)

Mark Harris

Mark Harris

Director of Graduate Studies in Information Security Management

Mark Harris is an expert in information security management and has taught IT and cybersecurity courses at the collegiate level since 2000.

Health IT Security Information Technology Cybersecurity Mobile Device Security Security Awareness Training

Julian Nussbaum

Julian Nussbaum

Ophthalmology Chair, Eye Expert

Dr. Nussbaum is an ophthalmologist with expertise in the treatment and study of vitreoretinal disorders.

Diabetic Eye Disease Age-Related Macular Degeneration Diabetic Retinopathy Blindness Eye Health Vision Research

Jay Heslen

Jay Heslen

Assistant Professor of Political Science, Cyber Institute faculty

Dr. John “Jay” Heslen is an Assistant Professor of Political Science and serves on faculty at Augusta University’s Cyber Institute

Cyber Conflict Political Science Cybersecurity Terrorism Counterintelligence Cognitive Bias Coalitional Psychology International Relations Theory Game Theory

Monte Hunter

Monte Hunter

Satcher Distiguished Chair of the Department of Sports Medicine, Director of the Sports Medicine Program

Doctor Hunter focuses on Knee alignment reconstruction and Injury prevention in female athletes.

Injury prevention in female athletes Knee allingment Reconstruction

Steven Weiss

Steven Weiss

Associate Professor of Philosophy

Professor Weiss focuses on philosophy, ethics and medical ethics.

Medical Ethics Philosophy Ethics

Adam  Diehl

Adam Diehl

Lecturer of English

Professor Diehl is an expert in hip-hop culture, lyrical analysis, Rap as a form of literature and specifically the works of Kendrick Lamar.

Kendrik Lamar Hip-Hop Culture Rap as Literature

Richard Sams

Richard Sams

Associate Professor of Family Medicine, Chief - Research Service, Center for Bioethics and Health Policy

Professor Sams focuses on Medical Ethics.

Medical Ethics

Edward Kruse

Edward Kruse

Chief, Section of Surgical Oncology

Kruse is an expert in cancer surgery, gastrointestinal cancer, and pancreatic cancer.

Melanoma Colon Cancer Liver Cancer Gastrointestinal Cancer Cancer Surgery Pancreatic Cancer Stomach Cancer Sarcoma

Chad Ray

Chad Ray

Interim Section Chief, Associate Professor

His interests include maternal mortality, global women's health initiatives, and workforce solutions for women's health.

Workforce Solutions for Women's Health Global Women's Health Women's Health Advocacy Maternal Mortality Women's Health Initiatives

Kyndra Holm

Kyndra Holm

Pediatric Trauma Program Manager

Kyndra Holm is an expert in pediatrics and pediatric trauma.

Nursing Pediatrics Medicine

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