Rollins School of Public Health

Rollins School of Pubic Health Campus

"There has never been a more exciting or challenging time to enter the field of public health. Today's students must face complex issues, such as AIDS, violence, environmental hazards, access to health care, SARS, bioterrorism, and the re-emergence of infectious diseases. The Rollins School of Public Health (RSPH) of Emory University is preparing students to meet these challenges in an environment unique among schools of public health."

- Dean James W. Curran

Multimedia & Photos

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Epidemiologist without borders: Stan Foster
Faculty, students and colleagues, past and present, pay tribute to longtime Emory professor Stan Foster, who in 2013 retired at age 80.

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ECIC: 20 years of reducing violence and injuries
The Emory Center for Injury Control was formed 20 years ago to stop violent assaults and unintentional injuries and to develop the next generation of injury prevention professionals.

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The Fabric of Hope
Emory experts on HIV/AIDS, including Dr. James Curran, dean of the Rollins School of Public Health, reflect on 30 years facing what remains a formidable disease.

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The Spirit of Public Health
A "who's who" of public health attended the dedication of the Claudia Nance Rollins Building at Emory University.

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Destination Public Health
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The Carter Center and Guinea Worm
Former U.S. President, Nobel laureate, and Emory University Distinguished Professor Jimmy Carter discusses the role of The Carter Center in addressing neglected tropical diseases such as Guinea worm.

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Public Health 24/7
Anytime, anywhere, graduates of the Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, work with people and communities to improve health and prevent disease.

Contact

To contact Rollins School of Public Health media relations:

Melva B. Robertson, MAPW
Assistant Director, Media Relations
Robert W. Woodruff Health Sciences Center
404-727-5692 Office
404-416-0822 Mobile
melva.robertson@emory.edu

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