We help our faculty enjoy career success by developing relational and technical skills needed in teaching, clinical practice, and research. We offer courses, conferences, and programs that help you grow through networking, research support, building teaching skills, career advising, and other forms of continuing education.

To provide the highest level of care, we need a team as diverse as our patient population. We're pursuing meaningful diversity through recruiting and retaining people from different backgrounds, cultivating an inclusive workplace climate, and offering engagement and development programs that positively impact the whole community.

Our clinical experience is one of the most exciting parts of working at Emory. We see rare and complex cases, from children through veterans and underserved populations. We quickly transfer research knowledge to patients in our translational clinics. And we actively support collaboration.

After several years of COVID-related delays, the School of Medicine recently held its first Mattox Lectureship - an honor that coincided with its namesake’s 25-year anniversary as Chair of Emory’s Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery.

Policies and Guidance

Information covering leave and benefits; appointments, promotions, and tenure; conflicts of interest and industry relations; faculty affairs; and research.

2021-2022 Annual Report

The Office of Faculty Academic Affairs and Professional Development supports and celebrates faculty at all stages of their academic career. Review our 2021-2022 impact report here. 

Each fall, faculty members are recognized for their accomplishments and excellence in patient care, research, and education. The week is capped off with the Celebration of Faculty Excellence ceremony and reception.

Faculty Snapshot


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Supporting Our People

Medicine is a demanding field, where over half of physicians experience symptoms of burnout. We're making moves to change that, with a range of support services like counseling, educational workshops, and community safety protocols to help our faculty heal themselves as well as patients.


Emory Vaccine Center researchers have identified a potential Achilles heel within SARS-CoV-2. The vulnerable spot can be targeted with a peptide derived from wild boar, which maintains its antiviral activity across known variants.

For PhD students and postdoctoral fellows working in professor Philip Santangelo’s lab, as well as undergraduates invited to join the audience, Jill Biden’s campus visit proved to be an inspiring, “once-in-a-lifetime” moment.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Tuesday that Emory University is one of 13 funded partners that will work alongside the CDC’s Center for Forecasting and Outbreak Analytics (CFA) to establish an outbreak response network that uses data to support decision makers during public health emergencies.