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Feb. 24, 2015 |

Fossil tracks found on undergraduate trip lead student to co-author academic journal article

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On a study abroad trip to San Salvador, Meredith Whitten discovered fossilized bird tracks at this shoreline site. Next month, she celebrates the publication of her research article on the find, co-written with the Emory professor who led the trip.

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NIH selects Emory-led partnership as one of four TB Research Units

Emory Profile: Sharing literature that inspires and empowers

In new video, Emory experts answer measles questions

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To drive innovation in tuberculosis research, the NIH has selected four sites, including one led by Emory University and collaborating institutions, for a network of Tuberculosis Research Units.

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As a staff member, Linda Calloway was inspired by literature to earn an undergraduate degree and start a book club for African American women. Now retired, she continues to help lead the long-running club.

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Do you have questions about measles, the measles vaccine, or vaccine safety? Emory physicians Saad Omer and Walter Orenstein address common concerns about the disease and how to prevent it.

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