Benjamin Knapp and Hannah Eherenfeldt won this year’s Novel Tech Challenge for creating a medical simulation startup called ReSuture.
Jeffrey Wickliffe, associate professor of global environmental health sciences, is among the 2019 Emerging Leaders in Health and Medicine Scholars.
The School of Professional Advancement, in collaboration with the Center for Sport, announced its new master’s degree and graduate certificates in sport studies.
Professors Donata Henry, Michael J. Moore, Sally Richardson, Chayan Chakraborti, MD, and Dennis P. Kehoe were recognized for teaching and mentoring excellence.
James Zadina, PhD, and Amy Feehan, PhD, studied a new type of opioid developed by Tulane researchers.
When Eric Lane received his degree in applied computing from the School of Professional Advancement, he realized a dream that began over 20 years ago.
Tulane University Commencement featured keynote speaker Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, and virtuoso musical performances by Dr. Michael White.
Abi Mbaye is Tulane’s Class of 2019 student Commencement speaker. She graduates with bachelor’s degrees in public health, English and Africana studies.
Regular use may help lower risk of cardiovascular disease events, according to a new Tulane University study published in The BMJ.
Don Gaver (center) will share in a $2.6 million grant to research treatment for acute respiratory distress syndrome, also known as ARDS.
The “Graduated With Honors” wall in the James W. Wilson Intercollegiate Athletics Center highlights the achievements of student-athletes who excel academically.
PhD student Samantha Kurtz won the competition with a presentation about her research on novel drug-delivery systems to treat early-stage breast cancer.
“Outbreak: Epidemics in a Connected World” is a new exhibit downtown co-sponsored by The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.
Four Tulane affiliates have been named as Fogarty Global Health Fellows, to participate in global health research training in low- and middle-income countries.
Tulane University has received a $5 million commitment from alumni Marcela Villareal de Panetta and Bernard J. Panetta II.
U.S. Rep. John Lewis, Apple CEO Tim Cook, New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet, and actress Blythe Danner will receive honorary degrees at Tulane’s Commencement.
The work of Tulane’s Enrollment Management team, along with President Mike Fitts, has resulted in the enrollment of the academically strongest class ever.
Tulane pathologist Sean Lee was recently awarded a $1.8 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to investigate treatments for a rare pediatric cancer.
Tulane Law alumnus Alfred Brownell is the recipient of the prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize.
Researchers including Xiaolei Wang will use a NIH grant to better understand how the developing immune system responds to the two diseases.