Emory Healthcare, Hazelden Betty Ford unite to create Addiction Alliance of Georgia

Emory Healthcare, Hazelden Betty Ford unite to create Addiction Alliance of Georgia

With needs for substance use treatment growing amid the pandemic, Emory Healthcare and the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation will collaborate and engage community partners throughout Georgia to advance addiction-related clinical care, education and research.


'Firefly' imaging method zooms in on 'the forces within us'

'Firefly' imaging method zooms in on 'the forces within us'

Emory chemists have developed a new technique using tools made of luminescent DNA, lit up like fireflies, to visualize the mechanical forces of cells at the molecular level.

Emory Votes Initiative hosts virtual event encouraging eligible voters to get involved

Emory Votes Initiative hosts virtual event encouraging eligible voters to get involved

Emory celebrated National Voter Registration Day with a virtual voter registration event designed to share inspiration, information and resources to help voters find their own path to the polls.

Unexplained strokes, delayed symptoms recognition found in study on COVID-19 and ischemic stroke

Unexplained strokes, delayed symptoms recognition found in study on COVID-19 and ischemic stroke

In a case series study that explored the association of COVID-19 and acute ischemic stroke, researchers at Emory University Hospital observed higher than expected rates of unexplained or “cryptogenic” strokes, as well as delays in stroke presentations or symptom recognition.


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Lights, cameras, action: Theater audition course adjusts to new demands

When stage lights dimmed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a narrowly focused course preparing students for a theater conference transformed into a master class in auditioning.

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Don’t miss your shot: Join the fight against the flu

In an effort to the keep the flu (in addition to COVID-19) off campus, so students can remain on campus, Emory is offering several locations where students can get free flu shots while supplies last.

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Solar energy conversion focus of Emory chemist’s new research

Emory scientists will search for a way to convert sunlight into storable and transportable fuels as part of a multi-institutional research group receiving a $40 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy.

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Acclaim: Recent honors for Emory faculty and staff

Emory faculty and staff are frequently recognized for their work locally, nationally and internationally. The following is a sampling of recent accolades, including awards for outstanding service and inclusion in “Best American Poetry.”