Helping stop COVID-19

Helping stop COVID-19

Emory earned a record $831 million in research funding for the last fiscal year and ranks #3 nationwide in NIH awards for COVID-19 among universities, as researchers shifted course rapidly to tackle the biggest public health crisis in more than 100 years.


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Emory student discovers unpublished manuscript by William Carlos Williams

Audrey Ruan, a student at Emory’s Oxford College, and professor Sarah Higinbotham planned to spend a few days conducting research in Yale’s rare book library. Neither expected Ruan to find an unpublished manuscript by poet and physician William Carlos Williams.

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Emory to host live webcast with the Dalai Lama

Slated for Dec. 8 and simulcast in 14 languages, “The Necessity of Compassion for the Survival of Humanity” builds on Emory’s long relationship with the Dalai Lama, who serves as Presidential Distinguished Professor. The free event is open to everyone.

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From hospital menu to holiday cookbook

Recipes from Mike Bacha, executive chef at Emory University Hospital, and research staff member Jessica Goldman were selected for a new holiday cookbook. Their submissions stemmed from participation in Emory Healthy Kitchen Collaborative.

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Concerts and conversations highlight December arts programs

Celebrate this holiday season with a cozy lineup of virtual Arts at Emory events, including the conclusion of the Beethoven 2020 celebration, "Connect and Cope" programs and the annual Fall Composition Showcase with student composers.

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Major review of plants' role in antibacterial activity clears new paths for drug discovery

Scientists have compiled the first comprehensive review of plant natural products that play a role in antibacterial activity, to serve as a guide in the search for new drugs to combat antibiotic-resistant pathogens. 

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Science Gallery Atlanta launches video series on coping and resilience

The "Connect and Cope" video series launches Friday, Nov. 20, with professor Jericho Brown sharing his Pulitzer Prize-winning poetry and discussing the importance of creativity in connecting with the world.