Palliative care physician Joanne Kuntz knew how important it was for quarantined COVID-19 patients to see and speak with their loved ones, so she found a way.
The news that some members of the gorilla troop at the San Diego Zoo have tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19 ramps up the urgency for protecting great apes in the wild from exposure, warns Thomas Gillespie, an Emory disease ecologist.
Emory faculty and staff are frequently recognized for their work locally, nationally and internationally. The following is a sampling of recent accolades, including book awards, professional society honors and more.
A groundbreaking effort within Emory College of Arts and Sciences brings books by humanities faculty to wider audiences through open access publication, making the works freely available online to anyone in the world with internet access.
King Week 2021 features a collection of online programs across Emory honoring the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Appearing in a viral photo purported to show aides securing Electoral College votes, Virginia Brown explains the image was actually taken before the violence and urges "the best way forward is to uphold our democratic values."
Healthy Emory’s Better Choice program simplifies eating healthier by pointing to healthy food items during the workday. Employees can kick-start healthier eating in 2021 by participating in Better Choice campaign activities during January and February.