The Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing at Emory University ranked 8th among nursing schools in the "America's Best Graduate Schools" guide released in March 2016 by U.S. News and World Report. 

Emory’s School of Nursing continues to be the top-ranked nursing school in Georgia and the No. 2 ranked nursing school in the Southeast.

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School of Nursing ranks 8th according to U.S. News and World Report"

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In March 2016, graduating students at Emory University School of Medicine were matched with medical residencies across the country, at institutions as diverse as the UC San Francisco to the Mayo Clinic. 136 Emory graduating seniors participated in a match program. 35 graduating students will begin their internship year at Emory and 28 will remain at Emory for their entire residency training.

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"Where the School of Medicine's Class of 2016 will be heading"

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"Emory medical students discover next steps in training at annual Match Day"

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Alzheimer's disease often runs in families, but the risk that runs through the Chastain family, which has been working with Emory, is higher than researchers have encountered before. Do family members hold clues encoded in their DNA that can help ward off this looming epidemic?

Emory researchers, led by neurologist Allan Levey, have been working with the family for over ten to try to determine why members have a higher incidence of Alzheimer’s.

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"Blessing from a Curse"

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A Future Without Antibiotics?
The possibility that our most commonly prescribed drugs, which we've relied on for nearly eight decades to kill infections, will stop working is nearly unfathomable.
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Emory Medicine Magazine
Winter 2017

Leadership: Jonathan S. Lewin