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A rising sophomore at Tulane, James Rogers spent his summer as an intern at the National Institutes of Health where he conducted research on the total number of mutations found in a small subset of rare central nervous system tumor patients. (Photo by Nic

Tulane rising sophomore James Rogers made the most of his summer in a big way.  Rogers was selected for an internship at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and worked in the Neuro-Oncology Branch (NOB) of the National Cancer Institute (NCI). 

Rogers’ research focused on the total...

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Aug 01, 2017 - Barri Bronston

The Tulane University School of Science and Engineering has created a first-of-its-kind academic department dedicated to research and education in river-coastal issues.

Aug 01, 2017 - Keith Brannon

Negative campaign ads, a staple of modern elections, may hurt female candidates, especially Democrats, more than men, particularly when they accuse women of not following feminine stereotypes, according to a new study co-authored by a Tulane University researcher.

Aug 01, 2017 - Mary Sparacello

Izzat Shbeeb and Hannah Kent are two of the 21 undergraduates awarded summer research grants through a Newcomb-Tulane Honors Program to conduct studies alongside faculty members.

Jul 25, 2017 - Image by Alex Hoover

A researcher in the Department of Mathematics paints a picture of how fish move through water. 


Jul 25, 2017 - Alicia Jasmin

If the world is becoming a less violent place, why does it seem like crime in America is worsening? Tulane political science professor Geoff Dancy says America’s avoidance of human rights is to blame.