Health Sciences Research

State of Georgia

'NIH in your state': Georgia on our minds

'NIH in Your State,' the National Institutes of Health's two-month social media campaign, remindered the public about NIH investment in each state and the impact of federally funded research on the health of its citizens. In fiscal year 2017, Emory University received $320 million in research funding awards from the NIH. Feature Story >>

Group of people

Emory joins NIH in launching All of Us Research Program to advance precision medicine

The National Institutes of Health recently opened national enrollment for the All of Us Research Program — a momentous effort to advance individualized prevention, treatment and care for people of all backgrounds, in collaboration with partner institutions across the country. Emory is part of the All of Us Research Program’s SouthEast Enrollment Center (SEEC) network. News Story >>

CDC EIS officer

From Rollins students to CDC disease detectives

Many alumni of the Rollins School of Public Health have gone on to join the CDC's Epidemic Intelligence Service as officers — the agency's elite disease detectives — and some of the school's best-known faculty have served in the EIS as well. Meet Dr. Eric Pevzner, a Rollins graduate who today leads the EIS. Feature Story >>