Augusta University

Augusta University

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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Marc Austin, PhD

Marc Austin, PhD

Dean and Associate Provost - Augusta University Online

Senior business leader in higher ed professional and workforce development.

Online Education Micro-Credential Development Higher Education Strategy and Operations Online Learning and Student Service Models Professional and Executive Education Academic Innovation

Babak Baban, PhD

Babak Baban, PhD

Associate Dean for Research, Dental College of Georgia

Babak Baban, PhD, is a professor, immunologist and associate dean for research at the Dental College of Georgia at Augusta University.

Cannabidiol (CBD) Oral Biology Lung Cancer

Biplab Datta, PhD

Biplab Datta, PhD

Assistant Professor, Institute of Public and Preventive Health and in the Department of Population Health Sciences

Dr. Datta’s research explores the niche areas in the junction of public health and economics.

Global Health Health Economics Non-Communicable Diseases Healthcare Financing Socioeconomic Determinants of Health Health Disparity

Garrett Green, EdD

Garrett Green, EdD

Associate Vice President for Access, Success and Belonging

Garrett Green is a devoted people and culture professional with over 7 years of expertise in access, success and belonging.

Diversity Equity Inclusion

John Hayes, PhD

John Hayes, PhD

Associate Professor of History

Dr. Hayes is an expert in the history of the US South, with special focus on memory and commemoration, race and civil rights, and religion.

U.S. South Memory and Commemoration Race and Civil Rights Religion

John Henson, MD

John Henson, MD

Professor of Medicine, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Pediatrics

Dr. Henson practices neuro-oncology in the MCG Brain Tumor Program and manages patients with neurofibromatosis and related genetic disorders

Brain Tumors Spine Tumors Neuro-Oncology Genetics Hereditary Cancer Neurofibromatosis

Valera Hudson, MD

Valera Hudson, MD

Professor & Chair

Valera Hudson is a pediatric pulmonologist and treats conditions that affect a child's respiratory system, like severe asthma or bronchitis.

Pediatric Pulmonology Medical Education Reccurent Pneumonia Cystic Fibrosis Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia Pediatrics

J. Aaron Johnson, PhD

J. Aaron Johnson, PhD

Director of the Institute of Public and Preventive Health and Professor of Psychology

For two decades, J. Aaron Johnson's research has focused on evidence-based practices, primarily in substance use prevention.

Alcohol Screening Brief Interventions Treatment of Substance Use Disorders Opioid Epidemic

Zubair Karim, PhD

Zubair Karim, PhD

Assistant Professor, Department of Interdisciplinary Health Sciences

Karim researches signaling and the SNARE secretory machinery in platelets to understand their contribution to health and disease.

Smoking and Cardiovascular Disease Thrombosis Hemostasis Platelet Exocytosis and Signaling E-cigarettes

Russell Keen, EdD

Russell Keen, EdD

Executive Vice President of Administration and Chief of Staff to the President

Dr. Russell Keen is an administrator with more than 20 years of experience in higher education.

Partnerships Ethics Public Relations Leadership Higher Education

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