From mathematicians, environmental scientists and chemists to scholars who study literature, ancient DNA, and health care disparities, new faculty members bring a wealth of expertise across a sweeping range of intellectual disciplines.
Emory University Department of Medicine physicians, fellows, residents and faculty will gather in Emory University Hospital auditorium on Sept. 5 for a discussion with leading public health, law enforcement and clinical experts on America's opioid epidemic.
Across Emory, fall semester courses bring both new insights and historical context to critical issues, tackling topics ranging from big data to big questions like what it means to be human and where human rights come from.
Winship Cancer Institute investigators have identified a target in their efforts to undercut cancer cells'ability to repair DNA damage.
A class of chemicals made by intestinal bacteria, known as indoles, help worms, flies and mice maintain mobility and resilience for more of their lifespans, Emory scientists have discovered.
Having the opportunity to view a total solar eclipse is exciting, but it's important to remember that looking directly at the sun can cause serious damage to your eyes. Experts from the Emory Eye Center say there are ways to view the solar eclipse safely.
The nine schools that make up Emory University have big plans for the 2017-18 academic year. Get the stats on their incoming classes, plus a roundup of what's noteworthy, from new degree programs to new leaders.
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has awarded a three-year $5 million grant to an international team to test the anti-cancer drug imatinib as a repurposed treatment for tuberculosis.
The Clifton Streetscape project that began in early June of 2016 is nearing completion. The past 15 months have seen dramatic changes improving access, pedestrian safety and aesthetics.
With new tools, Emory researchers can now see granulins within cells, and propose that granulins have important jobs in lysosomes necessary to maintain brain health. Granulin deficiency plays a role in several neurodegenerative diseases.
People with phenylketonuria (PKU) must learn to live their lives adhering to a strict diet to preserve their health. Women with PKU have an added burden: the needed for extra vigilance during pregnancy.
The bio-research partnership between Emory University and the Georgia Institute of Technology has produced biomedical discoveries for decades, one of the most dramatic being the recent successful human clinical trial of a microneedle patch for flu vaccines.
The academic biomedical research community should improve its ability to mitigate and recover from the impacts of disasters, says a new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
Medscape survey ranks Emory University Hospital No. 6 in nation for infectious diseases careHeadline Link Title
Emory University Hospital has been ranked No. 6 in the nation for infectious diseases care, according to a Medscape survey of 2017 Top Hospitals, taken by U.S. physicians.
Two genes involved in inherited intellectual disability, one way more famous than the other, are "friends," Emory researchers have learned.
For the sixth year in a row, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Emory University Hospital the No. 1 hospital in Georgia and in metro Atlanta in its 2017-18 Best Hospitals Guide.
Thursday webinar from National Academies highlights disaster preparedness, resilience for research community
The National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine hosts a webinar on Aug. 10 for the release of its report "Strengthening the Disaster Resilience of the Academic Biomedical Research Community -- Protecting the Nation's Investment."
Across Emory University, 96 undergraduates traded flip-flops for lab coats to spend the summer taking a deep dive into the world of research through a renewed initiative known as SURE.
Dr. Oguchi Nwosu practices Family Medicine at Emory and delivers babies, but he also teaches medical student and residents. In doing so, he emphasizes the importance of seeing beyond the diseases and the medicine and instead seeing the patients.
Winship Cancer Institute surgeons are changing the way head and neck cancer patients are treated through a minimally invasive procedure called Transoral Robotic Surgery, or TORS.