The Emory Global Health Institute developed the Emory Global Engagement Directory to provide a searchable listing of Emory faculty members engaged in global work or who possess relevant expertise. The Emory Global Health Institute gathered this information from a variety of sources, including school websites, annual reports, surveys, and individuals. The level of detail that was available from these different sources varies widely, as reflected in this spreadsheet. To request edits or additions, please send an email to email@example.com.
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This directory is intended to provide a simple, short-term solution for those who need to know “who is working where” at Emory. We anticipate that in the future this directory will be replaced by “eBIRT,” a comprehensive and flexible database that is designed to promote the research and scholarship of Emory faculty. Originally developed as a way to capture research resources and services, eBIRT is now expanding to capture and manage publications, grants, professional activities, teaching, and areas of research within a single searchable system that can be reused and repurposed in multiple ways. EBIRT is currently being implemented in the School of Medicine and there are discussions with two other schools about implementing it next year.
In the meantime, we hope you find this directory useful.