Although bad weather on Saturday forced the cancellation of the Winship Win the Fight 5K, cancer patients at Emory University Hospital carried on the spirit of the race by joining an indoor .5K around their units. They were cheered on by doctors, nurses, corporate sponsors and WSB TV reporter Mark Winne, who served as emcee.
A month into the fall sports season, Emory teams cite winning records and impressive rankings. Learn highlights of each team's performance and when you can see them in action.
October brings a variety of fall traditions to the Emory campus, from cool evenings of Jazz on the Green to zombies and mummies for Halloween.
Steady rain couldn't soak the spirits of hundreds of students, alumni, staff and family members who turned out for Homecoming Weekend 2015. View photo albums from Saturday's Homecoming parade and concert.
Finding the key to cancer metastasis
Understanding cancer cell behavior is a fundamental step toward advancing precision medicine. In a new video, Winship Cancer Institute researchers show how they're isolating and studying the behavior of "leader" cells that may be the key to cancer metastasis.
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Rollins school of Public Health is using part of the recent $10 million gift from the O. Wayne Rollins Foundation to match scholarship gifts of between $50,000 and $100,000.
The report outlines the accomplishments of the Goizueta Business School for the 2014-15 school year.
Associate law professor Julie Seaman and colleagues in neuroscience and psychology are offering a workshop series to explore how research on implicit associations can guide Emory in best practices for faculty recruitment.
When Laney School Graduate alum Bryce Carlson took on the extraordinary challenge of running a marathon a day, over the course of 140 days, as part of Race Across USA, he had bigger goals in mind than fitness.