Vol. 3, No. 4 (Winter 2001)
From the Director
Connecting the dots
Through several strategic partnerships, Emory is connecting the dots in e-health and giving shape to a whole new universe of health care capabilities in Atlanta and beyond.
The doctor is always in
Born in response to increasing demands on physicians' time in the office, the inpatient physician or "hospitalist" may help ease the community physician's dilemma of how to be in two places at one time.
Governmental regulation of research:
The good, the bad, and the ugly
Robert Rich, executive associate dean for research in the School of Medicine, wants to change or eliminate regulations that increase costs or impede research progress without a commensurate increase in intended protection.
·Public health marks 25/10
·Scientists take a new look at Down's syndrome
·Patients tell pros and cons of Emory experience
·Fountain of youthful worms
·Personal trainer for the heart
·Helping seniors handle depression
·Granddaddy's buffing up
·Big-time success for biotech start-up
·Stepping up the fight against cancer
·Minority postdocs get research support
·EHCA seeks new hospital in north Fulton county
·Health centers closing
·FY2000: a time of change