Institute of Medicine elects Emory transplant, vaccine leaders

Institute of Medicine elects Emory transplant, vaccine leaders

The Institute of Medicine has elected Rafi Ahmed and Christian P. Larsen to its new class of 70 leading health scientists and 10 foreign associates.


Picture this: Infographics as a teaching tool

Picture this: Infographics as a teaching tool

As a class assignment, Donna Troka and her students learned how to use infographics to convey the message and mission of community partner Lifeline Animal Project.

Third patient free of Ebola virus disease; discharged from Emory University Hospital Oct. 19

Third patient free of Ebola virus disease; discharged from Emory University Hospital Oct. 19

A patient who was transported to Emory University Hospital on Sept. 9 with Ebola virus disease was discharged from the hospital on Oct. 19, 2014.

Emory Healthcare launches Ebola protocols website as resource on prevention and patient care

Emory Healthcare launches Ebola protocols website as resource on prevention and patient care

Emory Healthcare has launched an external website that will serve as a resource for health care organizations regarding best practices for safe and effective screening, diagnosis and treatment for patients with Ebola virus disease.


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Halloween at Emory means vampires, zombies, mummies and more

Halloween events at Emory's Atlanta and Oxford campuses range from an organ concert with Count Dracula to "Zombies and 'Zombethics'," the annual "scholarly discussion about the (un)dead."

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'Teach-In Against Hate' counters graffiti with support and education

Wednesday's 'Teach-In Against Hate' drew hundreds to the Emory Quadrangle to respond to anti-Semitic graffiti targeting Alpha Epsilon Pi, a historically Jewish fraternity.

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Oxford Organic Farm grows crops -- and engaged learners

Despite being in operation less than a year, the Oxford Organic Farm is already making a significant impact on Oxford College. More than 150 students work on the farm in some capacity.

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Emory student hopes stem cell gift will inspire others to join donor registry

Three years ago, junior Aaron Karas signed up for a bone marrow registry. Last month, he got the chance to help save the life of a man he may never meet.