June 13, 2017
A Tulane University research professor is teaming up on a $200,000 grant to help the Isle de Jean Charles community of Native Americans build resilience in the face of climate change and other social and environmental challenges.
June 06, 2017
The world may be closer to knowing why Ebola spreads so easily thanks to a team of researchers from Tulane University and other leading institutions that discovered a new biological activity in a small protein from the deadly virus. The team’s findings were recently published in the Journal of Virology.
June 06, 2017
A Tulane endocrinologist has co-authored a guide in the latest issue of Cell Metabolism to help scientists who study obesity, diabetes or other metabolic diseases better account for inherent sex differences in research.
May 16, 2017
An interdisciplinary team from Tulane University’s bioinnovation and biomedical engineering departments has won the International Business Model Competition (IBMC) in Mountain View, California, receiving a first-place prize of $30,000.
May 15, 2017
New study results released by Tulane University oncologist Dr. Oliver Sartor hold promising news for African-American men fighting advanced prostate cancer.
May 11, 2017
After 17 years as dean, Nick Altiero is leaving his post. He looks back with pride at a record of accomplishment and forward to a bright future for the school.
April 28, 2017
Jessica Conrad, who will graduate from the Tulane schools of Science and Engineering and Public Health and Tropical Medicine in May, co-authored a textbook chapter on behavioral changes in an epidemic.
April 27, 2017
A team from one of the nation’s hottest biotech sectors tapped Tulane Bioinnovation PhD student Nicholas Pashos to join an intensive, four-month program in San Francisco to fast-track high-potential startups.
April 13, 2017
As the new director of the Tulane Heart and Vascular Institute and section chief of cardiology, Dr. Robert Hendel's vision for the institute is clear: “Growth, with responsibility.”
April 12, 2017
A combination of densely populated cities and porous borders between neighboring countries helped ignite the historically deadly West African Ebola outbreak that killed more than 11,200 people, according to a comprehensive genetic study of the virus published in Nature.
April 10, 2017
The Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine at Tulane University was honored as a national innovator this week at the Clinton Foundation’s Health Matters Activation Summit in Little Rock, Arkansas.
April 06, 2017
Tulane University has formally relaunched the School of Continuing Studies as the School of Professional Advancement. The school is one of six at Tulane that offer both undergraduate and graduate programs.