PCOM Research News | Faculty and Student Research Projects
Skip to main content

Research News

Students and Physicians Present Projects at Annual Research Day

June 13, 2024

PCOM South Georgia's Research Day showcased student and professional research, featuring keynote speaker Jennifer McQuiston, DVM, from the CDC.

PCOM Georgia Hosts Record-Breaking Research Day

May 29, 2024

PCOM Georgia's Research Day showcased innovative research by students and faculty, featuring 75 poster presentations and marking the largest event to date.

For One Research Day Participant, PCOM is 'Like a Miracle' of Scholarly Opportunity

May 23, 2024

The College's 13th annual Research Day event featured 130 presentations highlighting the scholarly activity of students, faculty and staff.

'Saber' No More: A Giant Prehistoric Salmon Had Spike Teeth

April 24, 2024

PCOM faculty member Kerin Claeson, PhD, shares new information about the world's largest salmon in a research paper recently published in PLOS ONE.

Research Day Keynote Speaker Announced

April 15, 2024

Dr. Jennifer McQuiston, a seasoned veterinarian and public health expert, will serve as the keynote speaker for PCOM South Georgia's annual Research Day.

Long Covid Fibromyalgia: Perspectives from Pain Psychology

April 15, 2024

Clinical psychology doctoral candidate Joseph Harrison, MS, MBDS (PsyD '25) collaborated on a case study exploring this unique health issue.

Antiviral Research Aims to Address Disease Resistance

April 2, 2024

Vicky Mody, PhD, is working to develop antiviral drugs that can specifically target and inhibit the replication of viruses and address resistance.

Elevating Research: Trainee Symposium Offers Valuable Experience

April 2, 2024

PCOM research assistant Gabrielle Davis sharpened her presentation skills during the Wistar Institute's Trainee Research Symposium.

PCOM and Wistar Announce Cancer Biology Graduate Program

March 20, 2024

The collaboration has resulted in the creation of a PhD program in Cancer Biology, preparing individuals for careers in cancer research and drug development.

Improving Understanding of Achilles Tendon Pain

March 7, 2024

Dr. Scott Lowe is conducting research to better inform future treatment for people with persistent pain in the Achilles tendon.