Emory Saint Joseph's offers advanced radiosurgery for the brain

Emory Saint Joseph's offers advanced radiosurgery for the brain

Winship Cancer Institute at Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital is the first hospital in the state and one of only seven medical centers in the nation to offer advanced radiosurgery for the brain with the Gamma Knife Icon.


Emory paleontologist explores 'the world beneath our feet'

Emory paleontologist explores 'the world beneath our feet'

Anthony Martin's new book, "The Evolution Underground," offers a tour of the underworld, from tiny tunnels drilled by modern-day earthworms to massive paleo-burrows excavated by the Pleistocene's giant sloths.

Emory Transplant Center performs its first HIV-positive kidney transplant from HIV-positive deceased donor

Emory Transplant Center performs its first HIV-positive kidney transplant from HIV-positive deceased donor

The Emory Transplant Center has performed its first HIV-positive kidney transplant from an HIV-positive deceased donor, made possible by the HIV Organ Policy Equity (HOPE) Act.

Israeli author Grossman to speak on Holocaust, memory and meaning

Israeli author Grossman to speak on Holocaust, memory and meaning

Internationally acclaimed Israeli writer David Grossman will speak on "The Holocaust's Carrier Pigeon: Reflections on Writing and Memory" for Emory's 20th annual Tenenbaum Family Lecture in Judaic Studies, set for Feb. 28.


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Feast of Words toasts Emory's faculty authors

The Emory community filled the Jones Room of Woodruff Library last week for Feast of Words, honoring 113 faculty members -- from poets to physicists -- who served as authors or volume editors of books published in 2016.

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Emory Playwriting Fellow incorporates student research in award-winning play

"Too Heavy for Your Pocket," the acclaimed civil rights drama from Emory Playwriting Fellow Jiréh Breon Holder, takes the stage at Atlanta's Alliance Theatre through Feb. 26.

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Former U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey to deliver Emory Commencement address

Former U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey will deliver the keynote address at Emory's 172nd commencement ceremony Monday, May 8. She also will receive an honorary Doctor of Letters degree.

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The inauguration of Claire E. Sterk, Emory's 20th president

Emory celebrates a new chapter in its history with the inauguration of President Claire E. Sterk. Three days of events culminated with her formal inauguration ceremony on Wednesday, Feb. 8.