Research Offices

Research Administration

From the Office of Sponsored Programs managing grants, contracts, and awards to the Office of Compliance helping ensure that our research adheres to the highest legal, professional, and ethical standards, Emory’s research administration offices support all of Emory in the pursuit of groundbreaking discovery. 

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Office of Technology Transfer

Our renowned faculty develop hundreds of innovations every year. The Office of Technology Transfer works to bring these discoveries to life through patent protection, marketing, license negotiation, and start-ups, all with the goal of improving the health of the world around us.  

Emory discoveries and innovations
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Emory Integrated Core Facilities

Emory is home to 16 core facilities and the Division of Animal Resources, along with a number of independently administrated core facilities and service centers. All support investigators across the university by providing specialized technology, equipment, and expertise. Researchers can also take advantage of reciprocal use of more than 95 other core facilities through the Georgia Core Facilities Partnership.

Support for Research Innovation
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Emory Libraries

Libraries have long been at the center of learning and research. Our libraries and special collections are as diverse as our programs of study, from the Pitts Theology Library to our rare books collection dating back to the 13th century. Even in the digital age, our more than 4.4 million volume library system remains a powerful resource for our faculty, staff, and students. 

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Emory by the Numbers

Distinct Libraries and Locations
Electronic Journals
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Print and electronic volumes

Emory Libraries Holdings

Special Collections

Danowski Poetry Library

In 2004, Raymond Danowski placed his remarkable poetry collection in Emory’s Rose Library. He assembled the 75,000-volume collection over the course of 30 years, without the benefit of a computerized database and with the goal of collecting every book of 20th-century, English-language poetry.

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