"Emory University is a major employer in Atlanta, GA. Excellent research opportunities."
"I have worked as a Graduate Research Assistant, since January 2019. He was a wonderful mentor who also was my thesis advisor and helped me successfully complete my Masters thesis project."
"I've been with Emory and have found it to be an incredible company with lots of opportunities and great people I would recommend them but I am seeking to build my career as a nurse and leader."
"Emory University is the center of opportunity and quality care both within the hospital and on-campus!"
"Everything is very good! I have learned academic experience."
"Emory is excellent place for learning."
"I'm looking forward to getting a interview."
"I have worked at Emory as a student researcher since 2013 and began my doctoral training in neuroscience and genomics in 2014. Atlanta is a great place to train as a scientist, and Emory is an amazingly diverse and collaborative environment that pushes the next generation of ideas and professionals forward."
"Amazing opportunity to network, learn and grow. The skills I will take from Emory University will make me the most competitive applicant in a plethora of fields."
"Amazing, straight forward."
"Great place to work. I was a contractor and only left because my contract was up and they couldn't keep me. They had flexible work hours with the ability to work from home 2 days a week. They have a lot of smart people that share information and allow you to learn a lot of new technologies. I would definitely recommend this place as somewhere to work."
"Worked since 1999, it's a lot of great people that work at Emory."
"I've been with Emory for a few months. I was brought in by one of my coworkers after he noticed how well I was working at AT and T. His recommendation and my great interview is what got me this job. I learn different things daily and this position has pushed me to want the best for myself in the workforce and in life."
"The organization lacks representation of minority scientists, which is a nationwide issue but given the demographics of Atlanta and surrounding suburbs and universities should really not be an issue with an administration that supports change and improvement. This institution is a great place for career development, including recent NIH funding to address issues of ethnic/racial diversity of biomedical professionals and postdoc professional options for all ethnic/racial groups."
"I am working at EUHM as a clinical design intern as part of a class from the department of Biomedical Engineering. My job consists on making design solutions based on my observations and interviews of the medical staff."
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