Brain scans may help clinicians choose between talk therapy and medication treatment for depression

Brain scans may help clinicians choose between talk therapy and medication treatment for depression

Emory University researchers have found that specific patterns of activity on brain scans may help clinicians identify whether psychotherapy or antidepressant medication is more likely to help patients recover.


Delta Air Lines Foundation sponsors leadership initiative at Goizueta Business School

Delta Air Lines Foundation sponsors leadership initiative at Goizueta Business School

A $3.5 million gift from The Delta Air Lines Foundation to Goizueta Business School will endow the newly-renamed Delta Leadership Coaching Fellows Program, an experiential and peer-to-peer education initiative.

John Lewis Chair for Civil Rights and Social Justice achieves full funding

John Lewis Chair for Civil Rights and Social Justice achieves full funding

Emory Law's chair honoring U.S. Rep. John Lewis has been fully funded, allowing the school to conduct a national search for a scholar who will focus on areas "where racial discrimination persists."

Schizophrenia-associated gene research funded by $3.1 million NIH grant

Schizophrenia-associated gene research funded by $3.1 million NIH grant

Researchers at Emory University are embarking on a study of 3q29 deletion syndrome, a genetic mutation associated with a 40-fold increased risk for schizophrenia and a range of other neuropsychiatric conditions.


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Emory professor recognized with prestigious poetry awards

Poems by Jericho Brown, associate professor of English and creative writing, won the Cecil Hemley Memorial Award and the Lyric Poetry Award from the Poetry Society of America.

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100 Years of Women of Excellence celebrates pioneers, today's leaders

The 100 Years of Women of Excellence Awards celebrated the impact of Emory's female students, faculty and staff, both this year and across the last century.

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Photos: Tibet Week begins

Emory's annual Tibet Week kicked off Monday with an opening ceremony in the Michael C. Carlos Museum's Ackerman Hall. Daily events including discussions, meditation and mandala sand painting continue through Friday.

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Emory Swimming & Diving sweeps NCAA Championships

The Emory women's team claimed its eighth consecutive NCAA Division III championship as the men's team won its first NCAA title in school history.