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Emory marks first anniversary of Ebola patient care

On Aug. 2, 2014, Kent Brantly stepped from an ambulance and walked into Emory University Hospital, becoming the first Ebola patient treated in the United States. Explore a timeline of events and read an excerpt from Brantly's new memoir describing his care here.

Ebola at Emory: An extraordinary year

Members of the health care team from Emory's Serious Communicable Diseases Unit reflect on caring for patients with Ebola virus disease and how Emory is sharing what was learned to help other hospitals prepare for treating highly infectious diseases.

Architect chosen for Campus Life Center

The Emory community is invited to an open house July 29 to offer input on early concepts for a new Campus Life Center to be created on the site of the current Dobbs University Center. Duda/Paine Architects will share preliminary information on the project.

Coulter Foundation funds Emory, Georgia Tech biomedical research

From a rehabilitation device for children to a disposable kit to check for anemia, learn about nine promising Emory and Georgia Tech biomedical projects chosen to receive funding from the Coulter Translational Research Partnership Program.

Indigo Girls to present Homecoming concert

Mark your calendar now: Emory alumnae Emily Saliers and Amy Ray, better known as the Grammy-winning duo Indigo Girls, return to campus to headline the 2015 Homecoming Weekend Concert on Saturday, Sept. 26.

Take Note

U.S. News ranks Emory hospitals among best in country, state and metro area

Repaving project continues for Eagle Row, Dowman Drive, Dickey Drive

Forum addresses corporate ethics challenges

Emory's Seamus Heaney exhibit comes to Oxford College Library

Funds still available for innovative teaching projects

Faculty in the News

Mark Goldfeder
"Boy Scouts of America ends ban on gay scout leaders," USA Today, July 27

Rosemarie Garland-Thomson
"Disabled people must make themselves visible," New York Times, July 26

Daniel Kalman
"Tumor-fighting drugs take on tuberculosis," PBS via Nova, July 22

Toddlers playing at a childcare center

Engage Emory

Child care is in high demand in the Emory area. Get tips for evaluating child care options, as well as what to do if your first choice isn’t available, at a workshop hosted by the WorkLife Resource Center on Thursday, Aug. 6, at 11:30 a.m. in room 1000 of the Claudia Nance Rollins Building. Register here.

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