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Once a refugee, Emory cardiologist works to heal hearts and change minds

Syrian refugee Heval Mohamed Kelli was a Clarkston teenager with dreams of becoming a doctor. Now his patient care helps immigrants in his old neighborhood and his research connects them to better heart health.

Photo contest winners highlight students' work around the world

Images from the Master's in Development Practice photo contest showcase students' work to support communities in developing countries, from forest conservation in Papua New Guinea to countering gender-based violence in Ethiopia.

Panel explores implications of Black Lives Matter movement

Hosted by Emory's James Weldon Johnson Institute, last week's discussion of race, policing and social justice drew experts from several universities and a near-capacity crowd. Read highlights from the conversation.

Awards keep pouring in for Emory's WaterHub

Accolades continue to accrue for the WaterHub, the university's on-site water recycling system. The facility, the first of its kind in the United States, has won its sixth honor since officially opening in April.

Negative mood can affect radiology outcomes

Patients who feel scared, distressed or hostile before undergoing an interventional radiology procedure may experience a poor outcome, according to research by Nadja Kadom, a radiology professor at Emory's School of Medicine.

Take Note

How to stay informed when weather turns severe

Library systems, ejournals page changing over winter break

International university collaboration to tackle Ross River Virus

Faculty in the News

Laurie R. Blank
"Obama's speech and the rhetoric of war," The Hill, Dec. 9

Gina Lundberg
"E-cigarettes deliver harmful chemicals," NBC, Dec. 8

Richard Freer
"Dad raises stakes in foul-ball lawsuit vs. Braves," Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Dec. 8

Emory Farmers Market sign

Engage Emory

Stock up on fresh produce and delicious organic foods at the last Emory Farmers Market of the year, scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 15, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the Cox Hall Bridge. The market returns Jan. 12 for the start of the spring semester.

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