As part of Tuesday's visit to the CDC, President Barack Obama is set to meet with Emory University Hospital physicians and others involved with treating Ebola patients here.
After 35 years, Jennie Taylor retires from her role as dean of enrollment services for Oxford College, leaving behind a record of success in shaping and growing admissions.
As part of National Emergency Preparedness Month, Emory announces plans to upgrade the campus emergency notification system and highlights ways everyone can be ready for possible disasters.
With reports linking declining bee populations to neonicotinoid-based pesticides, Emory announces plans to eliminate use of the substance throughout campus grounds.
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Nearly 1,400 new students moved in at Emory University with the help of orientation staff and administrators. Welcome home, class of 2018.
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Heart disease is the leading cause of death in both men and women in the United States, but it can manifest differently in women. Emory Healthcare examines the risk factors that affect women more than men.
The No. 6 Emory volleyball team wrapped up a perfect weekend of play at the Cal Lutheran Invitational on Saturday with a pair of victories, closing out the weekend with a 4-0 slate while upping its season mark to 7-1.
The Emory Scholarly Communications Office is providing a travel scholarship to this year's OpenCon 2014. Currently enrolled graduate and undergraduate students and early career researchers currently employed by Emory University are eligible to apply.
Emory Healthcare multiple myeloma expert Sagar Lonial wrote about the insight he gained as a patient when he sustained a fall that resulted in severely broken bones.