Emory and Atlanta: The global public health capital of the world
See the highlights and beauty of Emory University in Atlanta, one of the world's leading liberal arts intensive research universities. Emory empowers the active, passionate pursuit of learning for a better world.
Emory's Rollins School of Public Health, ranked No. 6 by U.S. News and World Report, has one of the highest numbers of applicants for admission of any public health school in the country. The scholarly expertise of the school, coupled with Emory's relationships with prominent public health organizations and agencies such as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), The Carter Center, and the Task Force for Global Health, along with other Atlanta-based health-related organizations, has made it the ideal place to host an academic center focused on improving global health.
The Emory Global Health Institute helps Emory and its global partners improve health around the world by supporting faculty and students working on critical global health challenges. These programs involve 200 faculty members across Emory and have provided 1,500 students with global health learning experiences in dozens of countries across the world.