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The Marcus Foundation has donated $15 million to establish the Marcus Stroke Network to help reduce stroke disability and death rates in the Southeastern United States.
Scientists have pinpointed the mechanism behind hydrocephalus, an accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid around the brain, in an inherited developmental disorder called Noonan syndrome.
Emory emergency medicine physicians instrumental in planning international toxicology conference in MENA region
Emory University Department of Emergency Medicine faculty are working in collaboration with the Middle East & North Africa Clinical Toxicology Association (MENATOX) to organize an international medical toxicology conference.
Emory's graduate and professional schools and programs are ranked among the best in the nation, according to analysis and surveys released today in U.S. News & World Report's 2019 edition of the "America's Best Graduate Schools" guide.
Graduating Emory University School of Medicine medical students experienced their "rite of passage" today when they discovered where they are headed next on their journeys to become physicians.
The Emory Vaccine Center will participate in a new National Institutes of Health clinical trial testing an experimental vaccine to prevent H7N9 influenza virus infection.
Cancer researchers found that chondroitin sulfate, a dietary supplement taken to strengthen joints, can speed the growth of a type of melanoma in experiments conducted in cell culture and mouse models.
Emory Genetics Metabolic Nutrition Program launches new website for Medical Nutrition Therapy for Prevention Program
A new website for the Medical Nutrition Therapy for Prevention (MNT4P) program, led by Emory University's Department of Human Genetics, is giving Georgia families ready access to information about medical foods and other resources and support for individuals affected by inherited metabolic disorders.
Researchers at Emory and Northwestern Universities recently developed artificial intelligence (AI) software that can predict the survival of patients diagnosed with glioma by examining data from tissue biopsies. The approach is more accurate than the predictions of doctors who undergo years of highly-specialized training for the same purpose.
Experts from the Emory Autism Center help staff and docents at the Carlos Museum learn strategies to make museum visits more welcoming for people with autism spectrum disorder.
Emory Healthcare and the Atlanta Falcons have entered into a new medical partnership that designates Emory Healthcare as the Official Team Healthcare Provider of the Atlanta Falcons.
The first direct comparison of in vitro and in vivo screening techniques for identifying nanoparticles that may be used to transport therapeutic molecules into cells shows that testing in lab dishes isn't much help in predicting which nanoparticles will successfully enter the cells of living animals.
Physician burnout is at an all-time high, with more than half of physicians saying they experience symptoms. At Emory, both physicians and medical students are increasingly addressing the matter, for their own good, and for the good of their patients.
Emory doctors Douglas Murphy and Michael Halkos recently hosted an Intracardiac Robotics conference for surgical teams from medical institutions around the world to learn the ins and outs of robotically-assisted heart surgery.
Emory microbiologists have detected "heteroresistance" to colistin, a last-resort antibiotic, in already highly resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae, a bacterium that causes blood, soft tissue and urinary tract infections.
Eric Garrard, FACHE, PT, chief executive officer of Emory Rehabilitation Hospital, a part of Emory Healthcare, has been named to the council of the American Hospital Association's (AHA) Section for Long-Term Care and Rehabilitation.
Emory University's Office of Technology Transfer will celebrate its faculty entrepreneurs and their innovative discoveries at the 12th Annual Celebration of Technology and Innovation.
A migraine is not "just a headache," say migraine sufferers, a group of whom met for dinner with Emory neurologist Gregory Esper. For this "dinner with a doctor" get together, guests discussed migraine symptoms, treatments, and medications, and how these severe headaches have impacted their lives.
The Emory Transplant Center has performed its first liver transplant from an HIV-positive deceased donor to an HIV-positive recipient, thanks to the implementation of the HIV Organ Policy Equity (HOPE) Act.
Rhesus macaques repeatedly exposed to anesthesia during infancy display persistent anxiety-linked behaviors later in life in response to social stress, a study from Yerkes National Primate Research Center at Emory University and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai shows.