Emory University has appointed Vikas P. Sukhatme, MD, ScD, a distinguished physician-scientist, as the new Dean of Emory University School of Medicine. He also will serve as Chief Academic Officer of Emory Healthcare and as Woodruff Professor.
A new cardiac catheterization lab is open to patients at Emory Johns Creek Hospital (EJCH). The suite features advanced technology including sharper image quality and a low dose radiation exposure to patients and staff.
Recent data reveals that the Emory University-created Coursera course, Ebola Virus Disease: An Evolving Epidemic, has reached more than 13,000 learners from 170 countries. More than a third of learners came from emerging economies.
The NIH has renewed the designation of Marcus Autism Center as a national Autism Center of Excellence (ACE), including an $11M, five-year research grant to Emory University.
While many cancer researchers race to identify new targets for treatment and formulate new therapies, several School of Nursing researchers are studying the patient experience and how patient-reported outcomes can inform cancer care. The everyday reality of cancer treatment remains harsh.
As a medical center that continues to be a leader in endoscopic surgery, Emory University Hospital became the first medical center in the U.S. to use a new 3DHD endoscopic imaging system.
Emory professors Theresa Gillespie and Jessica Wells want to determine why HIV/AIDS patients are not routinely screened for cancer and other diseases.
Emory Heart & Vascular Center is expanding services to offer patients a wide range of top-notch care in Cumming and Johns Creek.
The Alzheimer's Foundation of America is awarding a $50,000 grant to Emory University's Alzheimer's Disease Research Center to support education and community outreach efforts among the Atlanta metro area's African-American community.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has chosen Emory University to join the All of Us Research Program, a national effort with more than 25 collaborating institutions charged with advancing research into precision medicine.
Nurses, physicians, administrators and other hospital staffers clapped and cheered as the first inpatient was rolled into the new Emory University Hospital Tower on Saturday, Aug. 26.
Winship Cancer Institute has named Shannon Kahn, MD, medical director of radiation oncology at Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital.
Emory Johns Creek Hospital (EJCH) has installed eight new cameras in the Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
An Emory study published in JAMA Neurology examines how various systolic blood pressure targets for older patients receiving treatment for hypertension were associated with cognitive function and whether racial differences existed in long-term cognitive outcomes.
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.