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February 20, 2018 2:45 PM
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Paula Burch-Celentano pburch@tulane.edu
  

 

 

Amy Feehan, center, a fourth-year PhD candidate with the Tulane Brain Institute, answers questions about her research on treating chronic inflammatory pain during the 29th annual Health Sciences Research Days, which took place Monday and Tuesday at the J. Bennett Johnston building on the downtown campus.  UPDATE: The day's winners are available here.

 

 

The two-day event showcases the diversity of health science-related research at Tulane. Students, faculty and staff presented posters from areas of research such as neuroscience, comparative medicine, social science, aging, biomedical and infectious diseases.

Summer Siddiqui, a pathology postdoc in the lab of Binhua Ling, shares her research on developing improved options for the treatment of HIV.

The yearly event takes place in the atrium of the J. Bennett Johnston building.