Months of work to remodel Winship Cancer Institute's Infusion Center have paid off with a much roomier waiting area for patients and a new "skylight."
A collaborative research project aimed at discovering a drug to treat a highly resistant form of breast cancer is one of two projects given the green light by the Queensland Emory Development (QED) Alliance.
A new five-story, 200,000-square-foot Health Sciences Research Building will be dedicated Thursday, Oct. 24 at Emory University.
Emory scientists discovered how the PD-1 molecule handicaps the immune system. Now drugs based on PD-1 are starting to transform cancer treatment.
Researchers at Emory's Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing and the Winship Cancer Institute conducted a study that highlighted positive outcomes in long-term cognitive function due to the use of the cognitive drug Memantine.
Emory Johns Creek Hospital held the official grand opening of its Center for Breast Care on Thursday, Sept. 12.
The Georgia Research Alliance has named Walter J. Curran, Jr., executive director of the Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, a Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar and Chair in Cancer Research.
A new blog, Lab Land, highlights biomedical research at Emory, explaining the world of neurons, viruses, DNA, and antibodies as well as how the university's research advances into the clinic.
How much radiation is delivered to a person's breast during an imaging test? Thanks to a nearly $1 million grant from Susan G. Komen, an Emory researcher hopes to answer that question using a new screening technique.
Winship researchers testing a technique for visualizing the metabolic activity of brain tumors have received a five-year, $4 million grant from the NCI.