Researcher in lab  

Atlanta Clinical Research Partnership (ACTSI)

The ACTSI, led by Emory University and its Woodruff Health Sciences Center, was originally established in 2007 through an initial five-year NIH grant of $30.9 million, along with primary academic partners Morehouse School of Medicine and Georgia Institute of Technology. In 2012 the NIH renewed the grant for $30.7 million over the next five years 

AIDS Vaccine 2010  


Emory physicians, scientists, and educators have played a key role in HIV/AIDS from the earliest days of the epidemic. From inventing some of the most successful HIV/AIDS drugs, to developing and testing promising vaccines, to conducting numerous clinical trials of drugs and vaccines, to leading behavioral and prevention research, to treating and counseling thousands ofpatients, Emory has been a local, national, and international leader.

 Doctor and patient  

Emory Healthcare

Emory Healthcare, the largest, most comprehensive health care system in Georgia, includes Emory University Hospital, Emory University Hospital Midtown, Emory University Orthopaedics & Spine Hospital, The Emory Clinic, Emory Specialty Associates, Wesley Woods Center, and three joint ventures: (1) Emory-Children's Center (with Children's Healthcare of Atlanta), (2) Emory-Adventist Hospital (with the Adventist Health System), and (3) Emory Johns Creek Hospital, Saint Joseph’s Hospital, Saint Joseph's Medical Group, and Saint Joseph's Translational Research Institute (with Saint Joseph's Health System).

 Grady Ambulances

Emory University and Grady Memorial Hospital

Emory University School of Medicine and Morehouse School of Medicine provide all the physicians at Grady Memorial Hospital at Atlanta. One of the largest public hospitals in the Southeast, Grady is an internationally recognized teaching hospital with a historic commitment to the health needs of the most vulnerable. Grady Memorial Hospital is a vital part of Emory University School of Medicine's commitment to metro Atlanta and Georgia.

 School of Medicine  

Emory University School of Medicine

Emory University School of Medicine (founded 1854) is ranked among the nation's finest institutions for education, biomedical research, and patient care, with 2,051 full- and part-time faculty and 966 volunteer faculty. Medical school faculty received $417 million in sponsored research in fiscal year 2010. That same year, physician faculty in Emory's hospitals, affiliate teaching hospitals, and outpatient venues were responsible for 3.9 million patient services.

 Nursing students  

Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing

The Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing at Emory University, which celebrated its centennial anniversary in 2005, is recognized as a leader in the preparation of nurses for beginning and advanced practice. The school has 247 bachelor's, 212 master's, and 22 doctoral students. In fiscal year 2011, the school received $10 million in research funding. U.S. News & World Report ranked the school’s graduate programs 21st overall, its nurse midwifery graduate program 13th, and its pediatric nurse practitioner program 11th in the nation. 

 Rollins and CDC Campus  

Rollins School of Public Health

The Rollins School of Public Health has 967 master’s degree students and 137 PhD students who choose from degree options in behavioral sciences and health education, biostatistics and bioinformatics, epidemiology, environmental health, health policy and management, and global health.  In fiscal year 2011, the school received $76 million in research funding, supporting efforts in cancer epidemiology, nutrition, environmental health, HIV/AIDS education and prevention, addictive behaviors, youth violence, antibiotic resistance, diabetes and obesity, and allocation of health resources.



 Once again, Emory University is excited to serve as one of the hosts of the TEDMED Conferece. This event, staged at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., takes places April 16-19 and will be broadcast in an innovative, interactive format at university campuses around the country.

 Winship Cancer Center  

Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University

As a leader in cancer patient care and research, the Winship Cancer Institute offers new therapies not usually available outside university-affiliated medical centers, including more than 200 clinical trials for all types and stages of cancer. Winship is the only National Cancer Institute–designated cancer center in Georgia. Winship has 387 faculty members and received nearly $75 million in research funding in 2011, with $30 million from the NCI.