March 24, 2017
The two daughters of Tulane alumnus Chris Andrews (TC ’94) and his wife, Pam, were diagnosed with a rare, life-threatening illness called Niemann-Pick Type C1. In February, People magazine published a story and 20-minute video about the family’s fight.
March 22, 2017
Diagnosed with end-stage renal disease in 2015, Center for Public Service executive director Agnieszka Nance received a long-awaited kidney transplant on Tuesday (March 21) at Tulane Medical Center.
March 20, 2017
Students learned where they'll spend the next three to seven years of training at Match Day.
March 16, 2017
New research at the Tulane School of Medicine is looking at an estrogen receptor that could be a site for targeted hormone replacement therapy in post-menopausal women.
March 14, 2017
Without major efforts to rebuild Louisiana’s wetlands, there is little chance that the coast will be able to withstand the accelerating rate of sea-level rise, a new Tulane University study concludes.
March 13, 2017
People with cancer are more likely to use palliative care once they learn about its benefits, according to a study led by a Tulane University researcher recently published by the American Psychological Association. Palliative care provides relief from the symptoms and stress of serious illnesses and seeks to improve quality of life whether patients have a curable, chronic or life-threatening illness.
March 10, 2017
The local nonprofit Youth Run NOLA, led by alumna Denali Lander helps 10-to-18-year-olds throughout Orleans, Jefferson and St. Bernard parishes hit their stride in developing self-esteem and healthy living habits.
March 06, 2017
The Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine at Tulane University resumes its celebrity chef dinner series this week with its first chef from outside of New Orleans, Tulane alumnus Evan Hanczor of Brooklyn restaurant Egg.
February 10, 2017
National Urban League President Marc Morial will speak on race and economics under the Trump administration Thursday, Feb. 16 at Tulane University.
February 09, 2017
David Roston, a first-year graduate student in the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, hosts a radio segment focused on public health and social justice in New Orleans.