Stories of family members who persevered through difficult times and maintained loving bonds reassure children that their family will also find a way through situations, says psychologist Robyn Fivush.
In a study led by Emory ethnobotanist Cassandra Quave, scientists have identified specific compounds from the Brazilian peppertree that reduce the virulence of antibiotic-resistant staph bacteria.
Emory’s 175th Commencement celebrated the Class of 2020, as this year’s resilient graduates prepare to step forward to meet the needs of a rapidly changing world. View complete coverage of Commencement, including speaker Bryan Stevenson, profiles of outstanding students and more.
New research from Emory University indicates that nearly all people hospitalized with COVID-19 develop virus-neutralizing antibodies within six days of testing positive. The findings will be key in helping researchers understand protective immunity against SARS-CoV-2 and in informing vaccine development.
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A team of five tech specialists has served as Emory’s go-to Zoom experts during the COVID-19 pandemic, helping ensure that lines of communication stay strong as the Emory community continues to work, teach, learn and provide patient care.
Four students were recognized by the Robert W. Woodruff Library for undergraduate research they conducted either in the Emory Libraries or at another library in conjunction with their class studies.
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