The nine schools that make up Emory University have big plans for the new semester, as they welcome new faculty, debut new courses and host a diverse slate of speakers, programs and conferences.
This semester, public health students will learn research methods by studying water in Atlanta's Piedmont Park -- just one of Emory's many spring courses that challenge students to engage with topics that impact their own lives and those of people around the world.
Monica Farley, MD, professor of medicine and director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Emory School of Medicine and staff physician at Atlanta Veterans Affairs Medical Center, has been named as the first Jonas A. Shulman Professors in Infectious Diseases
The American Society of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET) has awarded Raymond J. Dingledine, PhD, professor and past chair of the Department of Pharmacology in Emory University School of Medicine, with the 2018 Robert R. Ruffolo Career Achievement Award in Pharmacology.
As one of seven nonhuman primate research centers in the country, Emory's Yerkes National Primate Research Center brings together a diverse group of scientists - from neuroscientists to immunologists - to work on causes, preventions, treatments, and cures for a host of human diseases.
A cellular traffic jam appears to affect neurons in most forms of ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), researchers at Emory University School of Medicine and Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville have shown.
A new report by the Blue Ridge Academic Health Group (BRAHG) examines and recommends responses to the growing epidemic of clinician burnout, which affects not just doctors but also nurses and other health professionals.
To learn how sooty mangabeys avoid developing AIDS-like disease while being infected by SIV, a Yerkes-led team has sequenced the sooty mangabey genome.
Emory Department of Medicine medical residents are moving ahead in their medical careers after a successful Internal Medicine Fellowship Match.
Two Emory hospitals rang in the New Year with new bundles of joy.
A protein that cancer cells rely on to stave off cell death also helps them regulate DNA repair, researchers at Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University (Winship) have discovered.
Emory University Hospital Midtown has teamed up with the HEALing Community Center this holiday season to assist those who are less fortunate.
A class of anti-inflammatory drugs already FDA-approved for rheumatoid arthritis could "purge" the reservoir of infected immune cells in people infected by HIV, according to new research.
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $1.2 million grant over four years to a team of researchers to study the elimination of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection in the United States.
DNA bricks enable the self-assembly of 3D nanostructures from 10,000 unique components.
The Emory Reproductive Center, known for helping couples build families, recently underwent a major renovation to optimize its patients' experiences.
Skin immunization by microneedle patch overcomes statin-induced suppression of flu vaccine response in mice
A study of influenza vaccination in aging mice found microneedle patches more effective than standard immunization in overcoming reduced response to flu vaccine caused by statins.
Electrical stimulation of the human amygdala can enhance next-day recognition of images when applied immediately after the images are viewed, Emory neuroscientists have found.
Voted in by his fellow School of Medicine faculty as a "Hidden Gem," Emory's Dr. Raymond Young specializes in psychosomatic medicine, the intersection between medicine and psychiatric illness. His work involves looking at patients who are medically ill and addressing their psychiatric needs.
The hustle and bustle of the holiday season often bring demands and deadlines that create added stress in our everyday lives. Emory psychologist Nadine Kaslow offers these survival tips to help reduce stress during the holidays and create a more positive and meaningful holiday season.