We support our researchers with resources to help them conduct studies, communicate the significance of their findings, and speed the application of discoveries.

Our core facilities provide access to technologies, equipment, and support services to help researchers manage and interpret data, as well as a network of resources at partnering institutions.

Our centers operate some of the most respected programs in the world for translational, clinical, and scientific research, with specialty areas in medicine's fastest-growing fields.

Our research training programs are preparing investigators for the next life-saving discovery.

I am an Emory Researcher Meet Zanthia Wiley, MD Assistant Professor, Infectious Diseases

For Emory researcher and infectious diseases physician Zanthia Wiley, the fight against COVID-19 health disparities is deeply personal.

The Latest in Emory Research

The Emory community is invited to delve into the ethical, societal and scientific implications of AI and machine learning technology during a four-part seminar series beginning March 6.

Emory University and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta were one of 10 sites to take part in the first stage of a clinical trial of the recently FDA-approved use of Omalizumab to reduce allergic reactions to multiple food allergies.

Miriam Udel, a scholar of Yiddish language, literature and culture, has been awarded the Chronos Faculty Fellowship in Emory College of Arts and Sciences for 2024. The fellowship will help support her upcoming research.

Research by the Numbers

$443.7 million in 2019 sponsored research funding awards

We're best known for our work in infectious disease, brain health, cancer, transplantation, orthopedics, pediatrics, renal disease, ophthalmology, and geriatrics.

16th in NIH funding nationally

Our investigators consistently compete with the top research institutes in the nation for National Institutes of Health awards.

119 start-ups from Emory technologies

Discoveries made by our researchers attract funding, generate new products that improve lives, and create jobs that support the economy.

1,200+ current clinical trials

We're constantly pioneering new lifesaving medicines, medical devices, and treatment protocols, with more clinical trials than any other institution in Georgia.