David Thon 08MPH was seven years old when he and thousands of others embarked on a nightmare trek from southern Sudan to Kenya. Years later, work with The Carter Center brought him back home. Story
Even as the HIV/AIDS pandemic continues its stealthy global advance, Emory scientists are striking blows against the virus from all directions. Story
Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter continues her crusade to bring mental illness out of the shadows—and onto equal footing with physical ailments. Story
Meet Robert Parker, who decided to volunteer at Emory’s Hope Clinic to test a new AIDS vaccine. He shares his story in this audio slideshow.
When my friend and colleague Mary Loftus journeyed to Mozambique earlier this year to report on Emory-based efforts to strengthen public health care there, she called me from the plane before taking off from Hartsfield-Jackson. At home, cooking dinner and checking science homework, I felt a pang of envy. Read more
Thanks to Rob Kimmer 02C of Washington, D.C., for letting us know about a surprise event at Dooley’s Den at the Depot.