The Hubert Department of Global Health at Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health has received a $7.43 million, five-year cooperative agreement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to implement a global health security program.
New E3 Living Labs offer student entrepreneurs opportunities for support and networking, whether they are designing new products or seeking solutions to social problems.
On a study abroad trip to San Salvador, Meredith Whitten discovered fossilized bird tracks at this shoreline site. Next month, she celebrates the publication of her research article on the find, co-written with the Emory professor who led the trip.
Dr. Saad Omer and Dr. Walter Orenstein of Emory University answer a host of questions on measles, measles vaccination, and vaccine safety.
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In a new video, Emory ethnobotanist Cassandra Quave explores famous examples of poisonings from history and myth. On Sunday, she'll give a talk at Fernbank Museum for the "Power of Poisons" exhibit.
As a staff member, Linda Calloway was inspired to earn an undergraduate degree and found a book club for African American women. Now retired, she continues to learn and lead.
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