For the fourth year in a row, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Emory University Hospital the number one hospital in both Georgia and metro Atlanta in its 2015-16 Best Hospitals guide.
When a Tallahassee family discovered something very wrong with their infant daughter's eye while on a trip to Chicago, they had no idea they would end up being referred to Emory Eye Center in Atlanta.
Deborah Watkins Bruner, RN, PhD, Robert W. Woodruff Professor of Nursing at Emory's Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, is author of a research article featured on the cover of the July issue of Cancer.
Multiple myeloma, a blood cancer of the immune system's plasma cells, occurs two to three times more often in African Americans than in Caucasians. Finding out why could lead to better therapies for all.
Winship Cancer Institute clinicians and researchers are finding that race and ethnicity have less to do with disparities in health care than do economics and knowledge gaps or misconceptions. Change those, they say, and you can do a lot to erase some of the worst disparities.
A mutation found in most melanomas rewires cancer cells¿ metabolism, making them dependent on a ketogenesis enzyme, researchers at Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University have discovered.
Stephen Szabo is the new Director of Community Oncology at the Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital.
The unique layout of the Winship Cancer Institute at Emory University, with three floors of patient clinics and three floors of research labs, brings scientists face to face with those who benefit from their research: cancer patients.
At Emory's Winship Cancer Institute, urologists and cancer biologists are part of a nationwide effort to develop new blood and urine tests that could substantially improve detection and diagnosis of prostate cancer.
President Barack Obama recently announced his intent to appoint Emory University Robert W. Woodruff Professor of Nursing Deborah Watkins Bruner as one of five new members of the National Cancer Advisory Board.