Five years ago, the world watched as the first of four patients with Ebola virus disease arrived at Emory University Hospital. With Ebola still very much a threat, learn how Emory is translating the learnings from 2014 to find game-changing therapies for the disease.
As an Ebola epidemic continues in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Emory marks the fifth anniversary of treating the first patients with Ebola in the U.S. by reaffirming its commitment to preparedness and care for global infectious diseases.
Rising Emory junior Kasey Cervantes is spending the last weeks of his summer contributing to a database that will help uncover when mosquitoes developed the insecticide resistance that hinders malaria eradication.
Emory will once again be the presenting sponsor of the Decatur Book Festival over Labor Day weekend. Tickets for the opening keynote panel presentation, which takes place at Emory, are now available.
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August starts quietly, but moves into first gear by month's end as activities and events for fall semester get going. Find something fun to fill your time, whether it's art, sports or self-improvement.
Emory College graduate Klamath Henry (19C) spent her summer finding ways to increase awareness of the Native North American gallery at the Carlos Museum, including creating a new SmARTy Pack activity for young visitors.
With support from Microsoft's Artificial Intelligence for Earth program, Emory environmental scientist Eri Saikawa and her students aim to create an early warning system for dangerous air pollution levels in Nepal.
Emory volleyball player and nursing student Maureen Schick reached new heights this summer when she climbed to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro with her family.
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