Travel Well: Navigating COVID on the road, in the sea, and in the air
COVID-19: National protests in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic put some alumni physicians at the collision point of health and social justice.
The Way Forward: With more than 570,000 U.S. deaths on their minds, Emory health experts dissect the nation's COVID-19 mistakes and look at how we can be ready for future crises.
Newsmakers: As soon as the first case of COVID-19 was documented in the U.S., a wide array of media outlets—from CNN and NPR to The New York Times and Scientific American—turned to Emory experts.
Not Throwing Away Our Shot: 6 Emory researchers talk vaccines
Long COVID: For some who contract the novel coronavirus, debilitating symptoms can linger
Envisioning the Future of Nursing: Emory nursing students will soon be able to practice treating realistic, complex wounds on mannequins, delivering a baby in a car, and setting up a COVID-19 testing center.
The Circle: When Jacynta Brewton’s twin sons arrived prematurely, she thought that would be the biggest challenge her family would face.
School of Medicine community members – doctors and medical illustrators, medical fellows and researchers, alumni and students – reflect on their past year. Read more >>
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