Educational Gardens Workday: School of Medicine

These days and times will be in place until the end of the summer. If you know anyone still interested in getting involved with the gardens, then please direct them to gardens@emory.edu so that we can get everyone gardening!

Educational Gardens Workday: School of Medicine

These days and times will be in place until the end of the summer. If you know anyone still interested in getting involved with the gardens, then please direct them to gardens@emory.edu so that we can get everyone gardening!

Educational Gardens Workday: School of Medicine

These days and times will be in place until the end of the summer. If you know anyone still interested in getting involved with the gardens, then please direct them to gardens@emory.edu so that we can get everyone gardening!

Educational Gardens Workday: School of Medicine

These days and times will be in place until the end of the summer. If you know anyone still interested in getting involved with the gardens, then please direct them to gardens@emory.edu so that we can get everyone gardening!

Educational Gardens Workday: School of Medicine

These days and times will be in place until the end of the summer. If you know anyone still interested in getting involved with the gardens, then please direct them to gardens@emory.edu so that we can get everyone gardening!

Educational Gardens Workday: School of Medicine

These days and times will be in place until the end of the summer. If you know anyone still interested in getting involved with the gardens, then please direct them to gardens@emory.edu so that we can get everyone gardening!

Educational Gardens Workday: School of Medicine

These days and times will be in place until the end of the summer. If you know anyone still interested in getting involved with the gardens, then please direct them to gardens@emory.edu so that we can get everyone gardening!

Presenting the McBride Lab – A Gold Certified Green Lab!

By Ramsey Baden | July 15, 2018 At the Emory School of Medicine, Dr. Shonna McBride and her team of researchers are hard at work learning how the pathogen Clostridium difficile survives in mammalian intestines and spreads to infect others. C. difficile is a pathogen that causes diarrhea, nausea, and fever. According to Dr. McBride, “you definitely want to make sure … Continue Reading →