Research Specialist and Coordinator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 19, 2018
● Participated in clinical research on Pediatric IBD on Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. ● Maintained daily temperature logs of IP storage area; isolated IP and notified site monitor in the case of temperature excursion. ● Created flow charts and source document work sheets used for source data documentation ● Collected blood samples and biopsies for different research studies.
Graduate Research Assistant and Co-Lecturer (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 5, 2018
I learned a great deal as a graduate student at the university. However, academic politics can be challenging. Certain professors gravitate towards students simply because they share the same methodology. At times I felt that faculty members were not open to different methods or perspectives.
Assistant Director of Alumni Development (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 28, 2018
Emory is a good place to get entry level expereince, but it has a stagnant culture, and low salaries. In addition, it is a gamble whether you will get a qualified manager who is fair and cares about their employees advancement.
Clinical Research Coordinator (Current Employee) – Grady Memorial Hospital – August 27, 2018
Emory university affords you the opportunity to learn from the ground up and to apply what you've learned immediately. It is a place where you can get a head start on your career goals and then evolve into other more demanding roles. They give you adequate training, yet you still have to learn how to do things on your own and be self sufficient.
Great place to learn about the industry. Give great foundation.
police officer (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 12, 2018
Management intimidated by experieced officers. Spent 5 years there little or no advancemment. Not a police job, more like security. Managemet side lines officers with experience due to most if not all supervisors there have never worked outside of a university environment.
Horrible management very cliquish, no advancement, most officers leav e by their fifth year.
Senior Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 6, 2018
Emory has a very inclusive culture, that I love. I like that I have learned so much working here and the environment is very open. My colleagues are very good about working together and teaching one another and I have grown in my field and I have learned new things as well.
Clinical Data Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 1, 2018
Emory university is agreat company that helped me to gain lot of knowleddge and helped me with my career growth. This is a very good place to learn new concepts. They give time and training for new employees.
Clinical Research Coverage Analyst (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 31, 2018
Enjoy my "job" very much however the work environment is toxic. Director is in total control and does not allow direct supervisors to do their job. Very little expression of appreciation for going above and beyond work requirements. Inequity among staff a major problem. Would stay at current position if different director in place.