At the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, a new curriculum built around the care continuum across the lifespan prepares students to shape the future of health care.
Emory senior Caiwei Huang and alumnus Zihao Zhang are among 129 students from across the globe awarded Schwarzman Scholarships for graduate study next year in China. They are Emory's first Schwarzman Scholars.
Social status affects patterns of gene activity in the immune cells of rhesus macaques, a collaboration between Duke and Yerkes researchers found.
Sepsis is a leading cause of death in American hospitals, and often death comes because sepsis is spotted too late. At Emory, new monitoring systems and education on the subject are working to catch sepsis before it rages out of control.
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Faraaz Hossain, an Emory junior who died this summer during a terror attack in Dhaka, Bangladesh, has been awarded the 2016 Mother Teresa Memorial International Award for Social Justice.
An upper-level French class cross-listed with Human Health, Fictions of the Body explores different perspectives on illness, disease and even how the human body is seen during medical treatment.
Emory's Canvas transition team, charged with helping faculty convert from Blackboard to the Canvas learning management system, is gearing up for another wave of classes and individual sessions.
From donating toys for children to providing food for families, there are many ways to join the Emory community in helping those in need during the holidays.
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