• MCG Today [2005 Vol.32 No.3]

      Rahn, Daniel W.; Snell, Don; Deriso, Christine Hurley; Baker, Toni; Humphrey, Deborah; Gladden, Ellen; Marion, Lucy; Roberts, Alan; Division of External Affairs; Division of Strategic Support (Medical College of Georgia, 2005)
      Table of Contents: 2 Newsbriefs; 6 Medicine at the Crossroads: President Daniel W. Rahn says MCG is helping to usher in a new era of health care; 8 Bullish About the Future: MCG leaders explore the university's role in the future of health care; 11 HPV Breakthrough: A new vaccine protects against cancer-causing infections; 12 A Part of the Solution: The new School of Nursing dean nurtures the potential of every member of the team; 14 Inducing Tolerance: An MCG researcher strives to bolster transplant success; 16 Breaking Down Barriers: A generous donation ensures statewide transplant access; 18 Confusionectomy: A student initative enhances communication with low-literate patients; 21 A Family Affair: MCG broadens its commitment to patient- and family-centered care; 23 Profile in Giving: The importance of testamentary gifts; 25 School News: School-by-school news for faculty, students and alumni; 49 Reflections
    • MCG Today [2005 Vol.32 No.4]

      Rahn, Daniel W.; Snell, Don; Deriso, Christine Hurley; Humphrey, Deborah; Baker, Toni; Gladden, Ellen; Marion, Lucy; Collins, Marie; Division of External Affairs; Division of Strategic Support; et al. (Medical College of Georgia, 2005)
      Table of Contents: 2 Newsbriefs; 6 Getting Down to Business: The MCG Life Sciences Business Development Center merges the corporate and research worlds; 10 Rising to the Challenge: A jeep wreck brings out the best in medical missionaries; 14 Unforgotten: The MCG Memory Disorders Clinic addresses the physical and emotional needs of Alzheimer's familiar; 16 A Good Fit: MCG's international students bring a fresh perspective to campus; 20 CSI: Kentucky: An MCG eduction launches the career of a forensic anthropologist; 23 Profile in Giving: Dr. E. Dan DeLoach's cancer diagnosis changed his perspective dramatically; 24 Plan Your Giving: The Charitable Lead Trust; 25 School News: News about each of MCG's five schools; 41 Reflections: Laying out the welcome mat.
    • MCG Today [2005 Vol.33 No.1]

      Rahn, Daniel W.; Snell, Don; Deriso, Christine Hurley; Baker, Toni; Gladden, Ellen; Marion, Lucy; Division of External Affairs; Division of Visual and Instructional Design; Division of Strategic Support (Medical College of Georgia, 2005)
      Table of Contents: 2 Newsbriefs; 6 Fat Chance: The health toll of childhood obesity carries lifelong implications; 10 Stepping it Up: Experts recommend an hour a day of vigorous activity for children; 11 Assistance, Por Favor: An MCG researcher helps Spain address its growing obesity problem; 12 Innovation in Education: A new course scours headlines to teach legal/medical issues; 14 Steadying the Course: Advances lead to lifesaving heart arrhythmia treatments: 16 A Shot in the Arm: MCG students organize lifesaving bone marrow drives; 18 The Art of the Matter: The MCG Arts Council brings visual and performing arts to campus; 22 Horse Sense: Hippotherapy optimizes the abilities of special-needs children; 25 Profile in Giving: Dr. Mims Aultman; 26 Plan Your Giving: Specificity is vital in fulfilling testamentary wishes; 27 School News: School-by-school news for faculty, students and alumni; 49 Reflections: 'Death is staring us in the face'
    • MCG Today [2006 Vol.33 No.3]

      Rahn, Daniel W.; Snell, Don; Jones, Ellen Gladden; Deriso, Christine Hurley; Miller, Kimberly; Baker, Toni; Humphrey, Deborah; Hilliard, Jennifer; Marion, Lucy; Bannan, Mary; et al. (Medical College of Georgia, 2006)
      Table of Contents: 2 Newsbriefs; 6 A Stronger Institution: MCG President Daniel W. Rahn cites extraordinary progress in the face of unprecedented challenges; 8 Branching Out: MCG's educational reach extends well beyond Augusta; 14 At The Ready: Two new grants put Georgia on the cutting edge of disaster preparedness; 16 The Big Picture: An MCG physician puts his classroom training to work for hurricane victims; 18 Home Away From Home: Hurricane-displaced students find a welcome mat at MCG; 20 The Longest Three Hours: The REACH program brings MCG expertise to rural stroke patients; 23 A Worthy Endeavor: Mission work brings an MCG alumnus and his family to Central Asia; 25 Pipeline Power: A federal grant expands programs aimed at interesting minorities in health careers; 27 Profiles in Giving: Drs. Martha Bradshaw and Betty Pond; 28 Gift Planning; 29 School News: School-by-school news for faculty, students and alumni; 53 Reflections: A flood of emotions