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September 11, 2000
Volume 53, No. 3



Class of 2004 another group of achievers

Freshmen plugged in on arrival weekend

Lipstadt, Lamm reflect on the Holocaust

Emory Profile: Bridgette Young

Awakenings author to appear

Dancing to the music

Exhibit chronicles life of two time Nobel winner

Special Collections features Dickey, Warren



First person:Allison Adams

Eagle Report



University Research Committee grants due

The University Research Committee is now inviting proposals for its five subcommittees, including: biological & health sciences, humanities, math & natural sciences, social sciences and visual & performing arts. Fall deadline is Oct. 2. For applications and further information, visit www.urc.emory or call 404-727-7503.

EMCF Grady research grant application due

Four times a year, the Emory Medical Care Foundation (EMCF) offers research grants of up to $25,000 to junior faculty in the School of Medicine who spend at least 50 percent of their time in the Grady Health System.

The next deadline is Oct. 1. For more information on application procedures, contact Shelle Bryant in the SOM Dean's Office at 404-727-3753 or e-mail sbryant@medadm.emory.edu or visit http://www.emory.edu/WHSC/MED/RESEARCH/INFORMATION/emcf.html.


Emory pair traces brain damage

Yerkes' Kuhar looking for help for cocaine addicts



MiniMedical School convenes Sept. 26

The seventh Emory MiniMedical School begins Sept. 26, with classes running for six consecutive Tuesday evenings in WHSCAB.

One of Evening at Emory's most popular courses, the school has given more than 3,000 Atlantans a glimpse into the wonders of the human body and how physicians diagnose and treat disease.

This year's class, hosted by Emory's own Randy Martin, will be slightly different than past offerings, with more emphasis on advances in treatment and research. Each night will feature a different subject and will highlight such topics as gene therapy for cancer, the human genome project and advances in the treatment of disease of the heart, prostate, nervous system and more.

For more information, call 404-727-6000.