Atlanta had long been a hot spot for health related research, whether it be the early usage of ether anesthesia by Crawford W. Long in the 1840s or the more recent HIV/AIDS therapies that help to put Emory University on the map as one of the top 5 contributors to drug discovery. Emory University regularly partners with other local universities to advance health-releated research. For example, through the Georgia Research Alliance we partner with five other research universities in Atlanta to tackle key health issues facing our local, national, and international communities. Similarly, the Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science Institute brings together physicians and researchers from Emory University, Morehouse School of Medicine, and Georgia Tech with the key goal of helping scientists translate basic scientific findings into bedside applications faster than ever before. The following provides links to the different schools and colleges within Emory University, in addition to our local educational partner institutions, all of which regularly contribute to our students' health education.
- Business School
- Graduate School
- School of Law
- School of Medicine
- School of Nursing
- School of Public Health
- School of Theology
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Emory has a number of structured initiatives that unite the University through a common goal to promote research related to health and well-being.
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