As they finish their senior year sheltering at home, 5,925 high school students learned March 25 that they are the final students admitted to Emory's Class of 2024. Leaders inside and outside the classroom, they are among the most academically talented students in the world.
With supplies of medical personal protective equipment strained amid the COVID-19 outbreak, a cross-disciplinary team at Emory Healthcare and the Georgia Institute of Technology is working on a new effort to supply thousands of face shields to health care professionals on front lines.
The Hawks Foundation and State Farm are providing support to deliver meals to frontline workers treating COVID-19 patients at Emory Healthcare through a multi-week meal program that will bolster the Atlanta restaurant community.
Emory’s Vaccine and Treatment Evaluation Unit is participating in a clinical trial testing a vaccine for the prevention of COVID-19, the first such vaccine to be tested in the United States.
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Although everyone in the Emory community is disappointed about changes related to the COVID-19 outbreak, the best way to keep yourself and others safe is through social distancing, including moving out of residence halls as soon as possible.
Get ready to lace up your walking shoes, because it’s time for Emory's annual Move More Challenge, beginning March 23. Registration is open, so visit Healthy Emory Connect to start or join a team.
Twenty years ago, Emory and several Atlanta-area historically black colleges began a postdoctoral program combining research with structured teaching experience. Now it’s the largest and longest continuously-operating biomedical postdoctoral training program in the country.
Anthropology professor Michelle Lampl is one of more than 30 internationally renowned scientists featured in the new Netflix documentary series "Babies," highlighting her pioneering research that confirmed that babies and children grow in spurts.
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- Emory President Claire E. Sterk on the opioid crisis