Tuesday's service celebrated the former first lady's accomplishments and humanity with songs, scripture and poetry. Members of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Chorus and country stars Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks performed some of Mrs. Carter's favorite compositions.
Many teens and young adults turn to social media for news. But since the war between Isreal and Hamas broke out, social media sites have been flooded with content, some of it misinformation. A marketing professor at Emory University says media literacy can help.
Emory University in Atlanta is now the first recipient of funding through the Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health, a new research agency funded through the bipartisan FY22 appropriations bill that Sen. Jon Ossoff helped pass into law.
As GPB looks back on the work of Georgia native and 39th U.S. President Jimmy Carter, one of his most impactful accomplishments is the eradication campaign to combat Dracunculiasis, best known as Guinea worm disease.
Emory University and a state nursing organization are joining forces to address Georgia’s nursing workforce shortage.
A new report says the Carlos Museum in Atlanta may have acquired hundreds of pieces of ancient art with links to the illicit antiquities trade.
Emory University and the College of the Muscogee Nation plan to share a grant to advance the Muscogee language.
The new Emory Nursing Learning Center in downtown Decatur is a $20.6 million, 70,000-square-foot expansion featuring state-of-the-art simulation and professional development space that will enable students to be the next generation of nurse leaders.
Forehead thermometers were significantly less likely to have accurate readings for Black patients compared to oral thermometers. There could be two reasons for this.
Ketamine, a Schedule III non-narcotic substance, has been available to licensed prescribers since the 1970s. Since then, multiple studies have shown ketamine helps some depression patients who feel as though they’ve tried everything else.
Dr. Jonathan Lewin is stepping down as Emory Healthcare CEO and chairman after six years — a period that saw strong growth in the Atlanta-based system.
Just 3% of venture capital in the United States goes to underrepresented minority entrepreneurs. Emory University’s Goizueta School of Business is looking to change that dynamic with a new student-led venture capital fund.
Drug company Merck is awaiting word on its emergency use authorization application for its recently announced drug molnupiravir. If approved, the anti-viral drug developed at a lab at Emory University could become the first-ever pill to treat COVID-19. The latest Georgia Today podcast examines the journey that led to this potential breakthrough and its connection to Emory.
Researchers at Atlanta’s Emory University were the ones who invented a promising antiviral drug in the fight against COVID-19 — a pill that pharmaceutical giant Merck & Co. said on Friday reduced hospitalizations and deaths by half in people recently infected with the coronavirus.
A Georgia nurse has been named to a Biden administration panel looking at the issue of Black maternal mortality.