Give a zap to Emory brain research for #STATMadness
Woodruff Health Sciences Center | Feb. 26, 2018
Emory is participating in STAT Madness, a “March Madness” style bracket competition featuring biomedical research advances instead of basketball teams. Universities or research institutes nominate their champions, research papers that were published the previous year. It’s like “Battle of the Bands.” Whoever gets the loudest (or most numerous) cheers wins.
Emory's entry for 2018:
The findings, from Cory Inman, Jon Willie
Please check out the other entries, follow the 2018 STAT Madness bracket and vote here:
You can fill out a whole bracket or you can just vote for Emory. The contest will
Emory’s first opponent is University of California, San Francisco. We are about half way down on the right side of the bracket.
You can also sign up to be reminded to vote with an email address at:
If you feel like it, please share on social media using the hashtag #statmadness2018.
STAT is a life sciences-focused news site, launched in 2015 by the owner of the Boston Globe. It covers medical research and biotech nationally and internationally. Emory took part in 2017’s contest, with Tab Ansari’s groundbreaking work on SIV remission, a collaboration with Tony Fauci’s lab at NIAID.