1,012
Students
Suburban setting
Suburban
Setting
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Overview

Emory University / School of Medicine is located in Atlanta, GA, in a suburban setting.

Departments & Programs

Degrees & Awards

Degrees Offered

Degree Concentration Sub-concentration
Doctor of Medicine/Doctor of Philosophy (MD/PhD)
Doctor of Medicine (MD)
Doctor of Medicine/Master of Science in Clinical Research (MD/MSCR)
Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
Master of Medical Science (MM Sc)
Doctor of Medicine/Master of Public Health (MD/MPH)
Doctor of Medicine/Master of Arts (MD/MA)

Degrees Awarded

Master's Degrees 87
Doctoral Degrees 202

Earning Your Degree

Part-time study available? No
Evening/weekend programs available? No
Distance learning programs available? No
Terminal master's degree available? No

Admissions

Acceptance Rate

7,261
Applied
609
Accepted
304
Enrolled
8%

Applying

Yes
Electronic
applications accepted?
Yes
Applications processed
on a rolling basis?

Entrance Requirements

Master's Degree Exam GRE or MCAT
Doctoral Degree Exam GRE or MCAT

Tuition & Fees

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Financial Support

Financial award applicants must submit FAFSA
Application deadlines for financial awards March 1
Types of financial support available Institutionally-sponsored Loans
Scholarship and/or loans

Student Body

1012
Total Graduate Students
Not Reported
International Breakout (representing other countries)
100%
Out-of-state students

Race/Ethnicity

Hispanic/Latino 5.43%
Black or African American 6.82%
White or Caucasian 64%
American Indian or Alaska Native 0.1%
Asian 12.55%
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander Not Reported
Two or more races 2.08%
Unknown 6.03%

Gender

Male (40%)
Female (59%)

Faculty

3,251
Total faculty
Full-time (2,235)
Part-time (1,016)
Male (1,921)
Female (1,330)

Research

Focus of faculty research: Immunology and pathogenesis of chronic viral infections, immunological memory and vaccine development, development of antiviral agents to treat infections caused by human immunodeficiency and hepatitis viruses, development of therapeutic and diagnostic approaches to improve outcomes after transplantation, genetic mechanisms of neuropsychiatric disease, Fragile X Syndrome, immune system ontogeny and phylogeny
Externally sponsored research expenditures last year:
316,264,458

Location & Contact

Address 201 Dowman Drive
Atlanta, GA  30322-1100
United States
Contact Dr. John William Eley
Executive Associate Dean, Medical Education and Student Affairs
Email: jeley@emory.edu
Phone: 404-727-5655
Fax: 404-727-0045