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The extraordinary energy of our talented community propels our work forward. Though our areas of expertise vary, we find shared purpose in our mission to “create, preserve, teach, and apply knowledge in the service of humanity.”

It means bringing together the most brilliant and creative minds to collaborate in ways that only we can, serving as an incubator for research and a driver for compassionate innovation.

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Emory receives record funding for research with $894 million in last year

Emory University received $894.7 million in fiscal year 2021 for tackling the challenges of our time. Investigators won grants for research on COVID-19, brain health, climate change, health disparities, racial and social justice, and much more.

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Emory's annual research funding is displayed in a bar graph; 2017 is $628 million, 2018 is $734 million, 2019 is $689 million, 2020 is $831 million, 2021 is $894.7 million


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