Friday, August 1, 2014

In the News

WATCH: 3D mammograms prove to be better for women

WJBF-TV ABC 6 Augusta-Aiken News, Weather, Sports GRU Radiologist Dr. Karen Panzitta talks with WJBF News Channel 6 about the benefits of a 3D mammogram. A recent study published in The Journal ... Read More »

Atlanta Business Chronicle: GRU Nurse named CSRA Nurse of the Year

Amy McKenn of Georgia Regents University’s Children’s Hospital of Georgia was featured in the Atlanta Business Chronicle after being named Nurse of the Year at the 2014 Spirit of Nursing ... Read More »

GPB Morning Edition: Brown Vs. Board Of Education Ruling Changed School For Rural Whites As Well As African Americans

Dr. Cindi Chance, Dean of the College of Education at Georgia Regents University, talks with the host of Georgia Public Broadcasting’s Morning Edition about the desegregation and re-segregation of public ... Read More »

Smithsonian: Meet Grandison Harris, the Grave Robber Enslaved (and then Employed) By the Georgia College of Medicine

Georgia Regents University’s Medical College of Georgia was featured in a Smithsonian story about Grandison Harris, former slave and grave robber. Read: Meet Grandison Harris, the Grave Robber Enslaved (and then Employed) ... Read More »

Associated Press: Hospitals compete to build new health care facility in growing Columbia County

Associated Press: May 3, 2014 University Hospital has taken a step in an effort to build a hospital in Columbia County by filing a letter of intent with state officials. ... Read More »

Mississippi Hospital News: AHRQ Webinar: Patient- and Family-Centered Care for Adults With Chronic Conditions

Mississippi Hospital Association (MHA News Now): May 1, 2014 On Tuesday, May 20, AHRQ will host a webinar, Patient- and Family-Centered Care for Adults with Chronic Conditions, from 1:30 p.m. ... Read More »

Cardiac Interventions Today: Considerations for ASD Closure

Cardiac Interventions Today (magazine): March/April issue 2014 Children’s Hospital of Georgia’s Dr. Zahid Amin and MCG’s Dr. Paul Poommipanit discuss the devices and proper anatomic evaluation to prevent and manage ... Read More »

The Baltimore Sun: Are nail salon UV lamps a skin cancer risk?

A study by Fourth Year Dermatology Resident, Lyndsay Shipp, Dr. Frederick Rueggeberg, Professor of Oral Rehabilitation and Oral Biology at GRU’s College of Dental Medicine, and Dr. Loretta Davis, Chief ... Read More »

Web MD: Nail Salons’ Drying Lamps Carry Small Cancer Risk

A study by Fourth Year Dermatology Resident, Lyndsay Shipp, Dr. Frederick Rueggeberg, Professor of Oral Rehabilitation and Oral Biology at GRU’s College of Dental Medicine, and Dr. Loretta Davis, Chief ... Read More »

The New York Times: Nail Salon Lamps May Increase Skin Cancer Risk

A study by Fourth Year Dermatology Resident, Lyndsay Shipp, Dr. Frederick Rueggeberg, Professor of Oral Rehabilitation and Oral Biology at GRU’s College of Dental Medicine, and Dr. Loretta Davis, Chief ... Read More »