The new Emory Research Advocacy Network is a grassroots effort engaging Emory's students, alumni, patients, staff and neighbors to support groundbreaking research and the next generation of scientists.
In an effort to engage more of the community in legislative advocacy, Emory's Office of Government and Community Affairs recently created the Emory Research Advocacy Network (ERAN). This network of students, alumni, patients, staff and neighbors will communicate with legislators and their staffers to advocate for a facet of the university that cuts across all schools and disciplines: research. Research is at the core of Emory's work and is vital to maintaining a vibrant university community. ERAN will focus on three aspects of the research enterprise in its advocacy.