Emory swimmers to compete in 2016 Olympic trials

Emory swimmers to compete in 2016 Olympic trials

After a breakout performance at last year's national championships, Andrew Wilson will compete for a spot on Team USA in Rio de Janeiro. Joining him at the Olympic trials will be Emory teammates Christian Baker and Oliver Smith, as well as PhD student Maddie Locus.


New for treatment-resistant depression: Transcranial magnetic stimulation

New for treatment-resistant depression: Transcranial magnetic stimulation

Emory neurologist Charles Epstein helped refine a novel therapy, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), to become an FDA-approved treatment for depression. In a Q&A, he explains the treatment's background and future.

Trinity Kronk: Future physician broadens her horizons through undergraduate research

Trinity Kronk: Future physician broadens her horizons through undergraduate research

A chance meeting on a plane led Emory College student Trinity Kronk to a research project that expanded her career path and could contribute to a better understanding of the drugs needed to treat high blood pressure.

Emory Sports Medicine to provide medical services to Nigerian Olympic soccer team

Emory Sports Medicine to provide medical services to Nigerian Olympic soccer team

The Emory Sports Medicine Center is teaming up with the Nigerian Olympic soccer team to provide medical services and access to specific sports medicine-related treatment and care as the team trains in Atlanta for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.


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Office of Sustainability Initiatives awards funds for 'green' labs, offices

Thirteen diverse projects will receive grants through the inaugural Green Labs at Emory and Green Offices at Emory programs, created to fund innovative sustainability efforts led by faculty, staff and students.

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'Denial' trailer offers first look at film based on Emory professor's memoir

Due out this fall, "Denial" recounts Emory professor Deborah Lipstadt's internationally publicized legal battle against a Holocaust denier. Academy Award winner Rachel Weisz portrays Lipstadt.

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James Roland: Changing the world, one word at a time

As a middle school student, James Roland found in debate a way to test his voice and discover himself. As senior director of civic and community engagement in Campus Life, he now creates those opportunities for others.

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Emory University expands benefits to include paid parental leave

Emory's new paid parental leave policy offers three weeks of paid parental leave for University staff who experience a birth or adoption on or after June 1.