Articles by Emory Department of Medicine

HIV & Aging Conference: Nov. 16-17

Please join the Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) at Emory, the Emory Center for Health in Aging, and the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing for “HIV…



Real Talk: Stories Doctors Tell

“REAL TALK: Fuel to Keep the Fire From Burning Out” By: Julie Jackson-Murphy, MD Excerpt from “Not Enough Said,” a monthly communication to the Emory…


The Opioid Epidemic: A National Emergency

Is it possible to stop the opioid epidemic? Leading public health, law enforcement, and clinical experts recently met at Emory University Hospital to discuss the…


Physician volunteers needed: 9/29-10/1

Preceptors needed! The South Georgia Farmworkers Health Project is in need of physician supervisors for their weekend Fall Project. Spend the weekend teaching in Bainbridge,…


Cascade Soft Change Freeze

Cascade Users, For the past few months, Emory LITS Web Hosting Group and University Communications & Public Affairs have been preparing for the upgrade to…


Connecting the Brain and the Heart

Ihab Hajjar, MD, MS first noticed a connection between hypertension and cognitive impairment when he was in private practice in South Carolina. “I noticed that…


Paul W. Seavey Distinguished Lecture – Oct. 17

Scott C. Litin, MD (Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic) will present Emory’s third annual Paul W. Seavey Distinguished Lecture, “Presentation Skills for Physicians,” on Tuesday, October 17 at…


A Day in the Life of an Emory IM Resident

What does a day in the life of an Emory IM resident look like? PGY1 resident Krithika S. talks about what makes Emory University’s internal medicine…


Featured Researcher: Faisal Merchant

What is your professional background? I majored in religion at Emory, went to medical school at Duke, then trained in internal medicine and cardiology at…