Category: Emory University

Emory president updates actions university is taking for racial justice

The following message was sent to the Emory community on Oct. 22, 2020, by President Gregory L. Fenves: Dear Emory Community: Throughout this year, I have heard many thoughtful people…

Science Gallery Atlanta to open with interactive exhibition on addiction and recovery

Science Gallery Atlanta at Emory University will explore the twin themes of addiction and recovery in its inaugural exhibition, topics of particular relevance as mental health concerns climb because of…

National Academy of Medicine elects two Emory researchers in 2020 class

ATLANTA – The National Academy of Medicine (NAM) has elected Denise J. Jamieson, MD, MPH, and Susan Margulies, PhD, to its prestigious 2020 class, consisting of 100 new members. Election…

Emory announces plan for spring 2021 semester

Oct. 15, 2020 In-person classes at Emory follow guidelines for physical distancing and face coverings. Emory Photo/Video  The following message was sent by President Gregory L. Fenves to the Emory…

Emory helps establish national standard of care for COVID-19 treatment

Woodruff Health Sciences Center | Oct. 15, 2020 Dr. Aneesh Mehta, one of the lead Emory University investigators for the study. Final results of an international study in adults hospitalized…

NCI awarding Emory $9.9 million to study cancer, autoimmune intersection w/ COVID-19

The National Cancer Institute has awarded a five-year, $9.9 million grant to Emory investigators to study COVID-19 immune responses in patients with cancer or autoimmune diseases. “This is a highly…

Stewart’s new book ‘Black Women, Black Love’ examines African American marriage

Emory’s Dianne M. Stewart traces the path culminating in her latest book “Black Women, Black Love: America’s War on African American Marriage” to her years of teaching, research, conversations and…

Monoclonal antibodies for COVID-19: Emory experts explain experimental treatment

There’s been a lot of buzz about antiviral monoclonal antibodies for COVID-19. Giving a COVID-19 patient a monoclonal antibody essentially is a short cut: providing the body what another immune…

More than $18,000 in devices donated to Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital, helping connect patients with family

ATLANTA – During the time that Wayne Drye was hospitalized for COVID-19, his family spent hours each day talking to him, sending family videos and playing music and voice messages…

Emory recognizes Indigenous Peoples' Day

The following message was sent by President Gregory L. Fenves and Interim Provost Jan Love to the Emory community on Oct. 9, 2020. Dear members of the Emory community, On…