Walter A. Orenstein, MD, associate director of the Emory Vaccine Center and an Emory professor of medicine, pediatrics and global health, has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Winship Deputy Director Suresh Ramalingam, MD and colleagues report encouraging results of FLAURA study, published in New England Journal of Medicine, involving NSCLC patients with an EGFR mutation treated with osimertinib.
A ribbon cutting, open house and special dedication marked the opening of Emory¿s newest primary care clinic, Emory at Peachtree Hills, located at 2200 Peachtree Road NW in Buckhead.
One day a month, the recently opened "eXtraordinarY" clinic sees two to three young patients in Emory Clinic B. While its patient base is small, its reputation is growing as a resource for families affected by sex chromosome variations.
Tammie E. Quest, MD, director of the Emory Palliative Care Center and Montgomery Chair in Palliative Medicine, has been named one of the 30 most influential leaders in hospice and palliative medicine.
DeKalb Medical and Emory Healthcare have signed a Letter of Intent to develop a strategic partnership between the two institutions.
Standard guidelines for stroke treatment currently recommend clot removal only within six hours of stroke onset. But a milestone study with results published today in the New England Journal of Medicine shows that clot removal up to 24 hours after stroke led to significantly reduced disability for properly selected patients.
Scientists have identified an additional group of cells in the brain responsible for keeping us awake. In mice, activating this region using targeted chemical genetic techniques resulted in prolonged wakefulness.
The Injury Prevention Research Center at Emory University, along with Grady Memorial Hospital and collaborators at the University of Michigan, have been awarded a five-year project for almost $4 million to study motor vehicle crashes in the metro-Atlanta area that result in injuries treated at Grady.
Lifestyle diabetes prevention interventions more efficacious than drugs in the long-term, study finds
In the long-term, lifestyle modification is better at preventing diabetes among high-risk individuals than medications, according to researchers from the Emory University School of Medicine and Rollins School of Public Health.
Omar Lattouf, Emory University School of Medicine, has been named medical director of the new cardiothoracic surgical partnership established between Navicent Health in Macon and Emory Healthcare.
Emory/CHOA researchers will examine whether microgravity can enhance the ability of induced pluripotent stem cells to turn into cardiac muscle cells, with help from the International Space Station.
An Emory outpatient dialysis center has treated patients who traveled to Atlanta after being displaced by Hurricane Maria in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Emory geneticists have been studying a modification of DNA that is not well understood in animals: methylation of the DNA letter A (adenine). It appears more in the mouse brain under conditions of stress, and may have a role in neuropsychiatric disorders.
Stem cell researchers at Emory University School of Medicine have made an advance toward having a long-lasting "repair caulk" for blood vessels. The research could form the basis of a treatment for peripheral artery disease, derived from a patient's own cells.
Lucky Jain, MD, MBA, has been named chair of the Department of Pediatrics at Emory University School of Medicine; chief academic officer of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta; and executive director of Emory + Children's Pediatric Institute.
USAID has awarded Emory University a four-year, $4.5 million grant to establish the profession of physical therapy in the country of Georgia.
The Académie des Sciences of the Institut de France and the Royal Society of London each has elected Max Cooper, PhD, as a Foreign Member.
Winship Cancer Institute at Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital has expanded surgical options for pancreatic cancer patients with the recent addition of minimally invasive robotic surgery.
Yerkes scientists have identified an additional part of the HIV reservoir, immune cells that survive and harbor the virus despite long-term treatment with antiviral drugs.