Chasing fire: Fever and human mobility in an epidemic

Chasing fire: Fever and human mobility in an epidemic

Disease ecologists working in the Amazonian city of Iquitos, Peru, have quantified for the first time how a fever affects human mobility during the outbreak of a mosquito-borne illness.


Purchase of Dollar Shave Club a big moment for Emory alumnus

Purchase of Dollar Shave Club a big moment for Emory alumnus

Emory alumnus and Dollar Shave Club co-founder and CEO Mike Dubin built his company on laughs. The company's viral videos use humor to drive consumers from drugstore aisles to the Internet for razor blades and other grooming products.

Essential diagnostic tests list needed to match essential medicines list, say health experts

Essential diagnostic tests list needed to match essential medicines list, say health experts

In a Perspective article in the New England Journal of Medicine, a group of physicians focused on global health calls for a new Model List of Essential Diagnostics.

Emory, Metaclipse Therapeutics receive NIH grant to develop breast cancer vaccine

Emory, Metaclipse Therapeutics receive NIH grant to develop breast cancer vaccine

A research team from Emory University and Metaclipse Therapeutics Corp. is developing a new cancer vaccine immunotherapy targeting triple-negative breast cancer.


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Emory sets sustainability goals for the next decade

The new Sustainability Vision and Strategic Plan calls for Emory to model innovative, sustainable choices at every level, "from the copy room to the operating room, from the classroom to the residence hall."

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'We will forever carry on their legacy'

As the Emory community mourns the loss of students Abinta Kabir and Faraaz Hossain, friends and professors reflect on their kindness, intelligence, generosity and leadership.

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Records of Sigma Pi Phi, first fraternal organization for African American men, now open at Emory

The records of Sigma Pi Phi, the first post-graduate fraternal organization for African American men, have found a home at Emory's Rose Library.

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New, two-story pedestrian bridge to span Clifton Road

A two-story pedestrian bridge will rise over Clifton Road this month as Emory University Hospital continues progress on its new, state-of-the-art hospital tower. The bridge will be constructed in the center lanes and lifted into place.