A GoFundMe charity campaign launched by Drug Innovation Ventures at Emory, a nonprofit biotech company owned by the university, will help accelerate testing for an antiviral compound that could treat the new coronavirus.
Anthropology professor Michelle Lampl is one of more than 30 internationally renowned scientists featured in the new Netflix documentary series "Babies," highlighting her pioneering research that confirmed that babies and children grow in spurts.
The Emory Healthcare Innovation Hub (EHIH) announced Monday that it will be powered by Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband service, adding digital speed and connectivity to an ecosystem working to transform the health care industry.
After a horrific accident, Jalen Richardson found hope and healing with help from Emory physicians at the Grady Burn Center, a service dog named Shadow and his National Guard unit.
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Healthy Emory and Emory food service directors and chefs have partnered to make it easier to make educated decisions about what you eat. Just look for the "Better Choice" label at Emory dining facilities.
Emory College students Samah Meghjee, Adesola Thomas, Sarah Hunter and David Kulp have been selected to spend a year studying at the University of St Andrews in Scotland as part of the prestigious Robert T. Jones Scholarship.
James V. Hatch, a longtime supporter of Emory Libraries, died Feb. 14. He and his wife, Camille Billops, created a vast collection at Emory documenting the history of African American art, activism and culture.
Etchings and drawings by German surrealist Unica Zürn are on view at the Carlos Museum until May 24, with a gallery talk set for March 4. The works include creatures rendered in the delicate, linear style that became her hallmark.
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