Emory leads two-day radiation response exercise at Emory Hospital and Dobbins Air Reserve Base

Emory leads two-day radiation response exercise at Emory Hospital and Dobbins Air Reserve Base

A two-day full-scale exercise tested Emory's capability as a Radiation Injury Treatment Network center in coordination with Dobbins Air Reserve Base and 15 other health care and government agencies.


Emory taps Rus Drew as new police chief

Emory taps Rus Drew as new police chief

Rus Drew has been named Emory's new police chief, effective Nov. 1. Drew comes to Emory from Columbus State University, where he has served as the school's top law enforcement officer for 10 years.

Emory employees are 'Moving More' again

Emory employees are 'Moving More' again

The 2016 Move More Challenge is now underway, with approximately 9,200 employees from Emory University and Emory Healthcare pledging to track their steps with Fitbits and add more physical activity to their daily routine.

Sleeping and waking up: Anesthesia and the brain

Sleeping and waking up: Anesthesia and the brain

Emory's Dr. Paul García is a neuroanethesiologist who not only provides anesthesia care to patients undergoing neurosurgery but researches the way anesthetic drugs interact with the brain. In a new video, he talks about his science background and work in hypersomnia research.


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Mike Bartell: Finding 'Ultimate' success on U.S. National Team

Emory sophomore Mike Bartell traveled to Poland over the summer to compete in the World Junior Ultimate Championship, helping the U.S. bring home the gold medal.

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Homecoming 2016 a time to reunite, celebrate

Emory celebrates Homecoming this week with dozens of activities welcoming alumni, students and other members of the Emory community, culminating with Saturday's parade and concert featuring Smash Mouth.

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Photos: 'Still Raising Hell: The Art, Activism and Archives of Camille Billops and James V. Hatch'

A reception on Thursday, Sept. 15, marked the debut of Woodruff Library's new exhibit showcasing materials from one of the most important collections related to 20th-century African American artists, theater and art history.

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Pianos for Peace build community through music

The public art project Pianos for Peace came to Emory last week, with a hand-painted piano available on the terrace of the Dobbs University Center for anyone to play and enjoy.