What we know, and don't know, about the Omicron variant

What we know, and don't know, about the Omicron variant

Emory epidemiologists Carlos del Rio and Jodie Guest team up to answer questions about Omicron, a newly identified COVID-19 variant spreading rapidly in parts of the world.


Emory alum Doug Shipman elected Atlanta City Council president

Emory alum Doug Shipman elected Atlanta City Council president

The incoming president of the Atlanta City Council first moved to the city to attend Emory. Doug Shipman, a 1995 Emory College graduate and former Emory Alumni Board president, won the seat in the Nov. 30 runoff.

Emory researchers pursue what was once unthinkable: an HIV cure

Emory researchers pursue what was once unthinkable: an HIV cure

Forty years after the first official report about what came to be known as AIDS, enormous strides have been made in developing anti-HIV drugs and reducing new infections — but efforts to find a vaccine have been unsuccessful. Emory researchers are working to change that.

How grandmothers' brains react to the sight of their grandchildren

How grandmothers' brains react to the sight of their grandchildren

Research published by Emory anthropologists scanning grandmothers’ brains while they’re viewing photos of their young grandchildren provides a neural snapshot of the special, intergenerational bond.


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‘Refresh from Stress’ helps Emory employees recharge and reset

Nearly 2,400 employees focused on improving their emotional health and well-being through “Refresh from Stress” in October. Now they’re entering the holiday season with new tactics for self-care that anyone can learn.

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Concerts and conversations fill December with artful activities

Emory prepares to ring in the holidays and wrap up fall semester with numerous arts programs in December, including A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols on Friday, Dec. 3, and Saturday, Dec. 4.

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Symposium celebrates Emory graduate students' contributions to COVID-19 response

An Emory symposium highlighted the ways graduate students have been studying COVID-19 in the hospital and laboratory and modeling disease spread, along with staffing testing events, advising local communities and providing community service and education. 

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‘However you’re feeling, you’re not alone’: Emory students find, share mental health resources

Across Emory, students are reaching out to help themselves and others — from self-care and peer support to university mental health resources. Read more about their experiences.