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Sep. 18, 2014 |

President Obama praises Emory Healthcare team for 'extraordinary efforts' on Ebola

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During a visit to the CDC, President Obama met privately Tuesday with Emory University Hospital physicians, nurses and others who have cared for Ebola patients.

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Actor Julian Sands brings the poetry of Pinter to Emory

Intestinal bacteria aids strong flu vaccine response in mice

A 'spirited' artist reflects on helping give life to mascot Dooley

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Theater Emory's Pinter Fest, a series of events celebrating late playwright Harold Pinter, includes Monday's performance by Julian Sands, a Schwartz Center Artist-in-Residence.

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Mice treated with antibiotics to remove most of their intestinal bacteria or raised under sterile conditions have impaired antibody responses to seasonal flu vaccines, researchers found.

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Nicholas Petkas, a 1949 Emory College graduate, recalls sketching the campus mascot featured in "Vintage Dooley" spirit items available during this weekend's Homecoming.

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Engage Emory

Coffee lovers, learn how your favorite drink is changing from a tool of oppression to a tool of empowerment for communities around the world. Café Campesino, the roaster that supports Emory’s own Green Bean (in Cox Hall), hosts a free screening of "Connected by Coffee" on Tuesday, Sept. 23, at 7 p.m. at Harland Cinema.

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