Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Kirch to speak at MCG Hooding Ceremony

Dr. Darrell Kirch

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Dr. Darrell Kirch, President and CEO of the Association of American Medical Colleges, which represents the nation’s medical schools, teaching hospitals, and academic societies, will give the ... Read More »

MCG Dean honors two neurosurgeons for their commitment to medical education

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  A Medical College of Georgia graduate and Chairman Emeritus of the MCG Foundation, Inc., and a retired neurosurgeon who ran Rome’s famed Harbin Clinic were honored Thursday by Dr. ... 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 »

CBS News: Nail salon UV lamps: Are they safe?

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 »

Study Examines UV Nail Salon Lamps, Risk of Skin Cancer

Pictured are (L to R): Dr. Frederick Rueggeberg, Professor of Oral Rehabilitation and Oral Biology at GRU’s College of Dental Medicine, Dr. Lyndsay R. Shipp, a fourth-year Dermatology Resident at Georgia Regents University and Health System, and Dr. Loretta Davis, Chief of Dermatology at GRU’s Medical College of Georgia.

Using higher-wattage ultra violet (UV) lamps at nail salons to dry and cure polish was associated with more UV-A radiation being emitted, but the brief exposure after a manicure would ... Read More »

Hefner to step down as CEO, EVP at GRU|GRHealth

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Effective June 30, David S. Hefner will step down as CEO of Georgia Regents Medical Center and Medical Associates, and Executive Vice President of Clinical Affairs for ... Read More »

GRU to celebrate disc golf national championship May 8

North Augusta, S.C. — The Hippodrome has asked the National Championship GRU-Augusta disc golf team to join the media and the community for a brief press conference style media event ... Read More »