September 24, 2020
As Climate Week comes to a close, Tulane faculty discuss their hopes and plans for climate change education.
September 21, 2020
Tulane chemistry Professor Bruce C. Gibb has received a rare and coveted National Science Foundation (NSF) Special Creativity Award.
September 11, 2020
Nakhle Saba, MD, associate professor of clinical medicine, is principal investigator on a trial to treat severe COVID-19 in hospitalized cancer patients.
September 10, 2020
Tulane’s recently launched COVID-19 Dashboard received an “A” rating from the Twitter account We Rate COVID Dashboards (@CovidDashboards).
September 10, 2020
A Tulane research team is developing a novel cancer treatment for hepatocellular carcinoma, a common liver cancer with poor prognosis.
September 09, 2020
Tulane architecture professor Jesse M. Keenan is co-editor of a major report on climate risk and what can be done to advance a more equitable and sustainable future.
September 08, 2020
The Oliver and Carroll Dabezies Endowed Chair at Tulane School of Medicine will be established through a gift from Elizabeth Dabezies Goodyear and Charles W. Goodyear. Dr. Oliver Dabezies was a Tulane alumnus.
September 03, 2020
New research projects underway at Tulane University School of Medicine aim to understand why aging and conditions such as type 2 diabetes impact the brain.
September 02, 2020
Tulane University is teaming up with partners in Louisiana and Israel to lead one of the country’s three inaugural U.S.-Israel Energy Centers aimed at improving the safety, efficiency and sustainability of offshore natural gas production.
August 28, 2020
The AAMC (Association of American Medical Colleges) has awarded Tulane University medical student Russell Ledet, PhD, a Herbert W. Nickens Medical Student Scholarship for his leadership in working to eliminate inequities in medical education and health care.
August 27, 2020
Researchers with the Tulane University School of Social Work are conducting a survey to determine the extent of compassion fatigue among doctors, nurses and other front-line workers responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
August 25, 2020
Patients hospitalized with COVID-19 who had a combination of high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes were over three times more likely to die from the disease, according to a new Tulane University study.