The O. Wayne Rollins Foundation pledged $10 million to Emory's Rollins School of Public Health and the newly established James W. Curran Scholarship Fund at the school's recent anniversary celebration.
You'll find Rollins School of Public Health alumni in leadership positions in public health powerhouses like the CDC, USAID, PEPFAR, WHO, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. You'll find them in the field, perhaps developing AIDS programs in Africa, establishing a microcredit program for women in rural Egypt, or leading studies to prevent birth defects.
For World's AIDS Day 2012, James Curran, dean of the Rollins School of Public Health, reflects on the pioneering HIV/AIDS work being done at Emory.
The NIH has awarded the Center for AIDS Research at Emory University (CFAR) more than $9 million in a five-year grant that includes renewal of Emory's designation as an NIH CFAR site.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus will deliver the keynote address at Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health's diploma ceremony May 14.
The documentary "The Carrier," which tells the story of a pregnant Zambian woman who discovers she is HIV-positive and then sets out to keep her baby and community virus-free, will be screened at Emory at 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 18.
Beginning January 2012, Emory will join the more than 450 colleges and universities nationwide that are 100% smoke-free.
Emory Chancellor Michael Johns has endowed a lecture named in his honor and hosted by the Department of Health Policy and Management, chaired by Kenneth Thorpe.