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Oct. 28, 2014 |

Fourth patient treated for Ebola virus disease discharged from Emory University Hospital

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Amber Vinson, a nurse infected with Ebola while caring for a patient in Dallas, spoke at a press conference Tuesday announcing her recovery and discharge.

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Pitts Library archives stories of Children's Home residents

Clot dissolver tPA's tardy twin could aid in stroke recovery

Laney Graduate School joins effort to boost life science Ph.D. diversity

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Emory's Pitts Theology Library will preserve the memories of former residents of the United Methodist Children's Home, helping document the history of child welfare and advocacy in the South.

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uPA appears to help brain cells recover from the injuries induced by loss of blood flow. Treating mice with uPA after an experimental stroke can improve their recovery of motor function, Emory researchers found.

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The James T. Laney School of Graduate Studies is one of 11 higher education institutions partnering with Xavier University in an effort to boost the diversity of students pursuing Ph.D.s in the life sciences.

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Engage Emory

Now is the ideal time to get your flu shot, according to the CDC, which also says the flu season can start as early as October. It’s free and easy; check out this useful chart from Faculty Staff Assistance Program listing options for Emory University employees.

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