National Academies target opioid abuse, infectious disease consequences

National Academies target opioid abuse, infectious disease consequences

A National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine workshop committee, led by Emory's Carlos del Rio, explores the rise in infectious diseases accompanying opioid abuse and strategies for reducing both.


Physicians warn Zika still a concern for travelers

Physicians warn Zika still a concern for travelers

Zika virus infection remains a risk to travelers who are pregnant or who may conceive in the near future, according to infectious disease specialists from Emory University School of Medicine.

Why Emory embraces difficult conversations

Why Emory embraces difficult conversations

Emory has a responsibility to foster difficult conversations and teach students to question their biases and listen thoughtfully to viewpoints different from their own, President Claire E. Sterk explains in a new video.

Evidence reveals our fractured African roots

Evidence reveals our fractured African roots

Anthropologists are challenging the long-held view that humans evolved from a single ancestral population in one region of Africa. Emory anthropologist Jessica Thompson is part of a scientific consortium that has found that human ancestors were diverse in form and culture and scattered across the continent.


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Music & Media Library gives free access to DVDs, e-books and more

Emory¿s Heilbrun Music & Media Library houses thousands of DVDs, CDs and audiobooks. Combined with the OverDrive system of downloadable e-books and audiobooks, it's a perfect source for free summer entertainment for staff, faculty and students.

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Emory alumna channels restless spirit in podcast

Emory College alumna Shelby Sanger hosts an adventure podcast that has gained national attention, including a sponsorship by REI.

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Special feature: Science on stage

Theater Emory's "4:48" promises to be a frenetic yet focused showcase of new works inspired by the human microbiome, performed July 14 at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.

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Emory trip explores issues common to South Africa, U.S.

Students, faculty, staff and alumni traveled to South Africa for the 2018 Journeys of Reconciliation trip, an immersive experience that examines the root causes of conflict while building bridges around the world.