Maddy Lowry
Graduate explores social justice, pushes for change

May 22, 2019

Maddy Lowry, a 2019 Africana studies and linguistics graduate with a minor in Arabic, is also a well-known student activist, working with organizations such as Students Organizing Against Racism and Community Engagement
Sunshine Best
World traveler studied plant use as food and medicine

May 21, 2019

Sunshine Best just graduated from the School of Professional Advancement with a Bachelor of Arts in Health and Wellness, focusing on ethnobotany and medical anthropology. She previously traveled internationally to study
Geetha Parthasarathy
Tulane scientist awarded grant to develop novel Lyme therapy

May 21, 2019

Geetha Parthasarathy, PhD, a research scientist at Tulane National Primate Research Center, received the 2019 Laure Woods Emerging Leader Award from the Bay Area Lyme Foundation, to be a catalyst for future research,
James Zadina and Amy Feehan
New opioid speeds up recovery without increasing pain sensitivity or risk of chronic pain

May 21, 2019

Morphine and other opioid-based painkillers are very effective at treating pain initially, but studies have shown that the drugs can make patients more pain-sensitive, prolonging their discomfort and increasing their
Dr. Sally Baker
Physician-scientist sets a course for fighting outbreaks

May 20, 2019

Dr. Sally Baker was one of Tulane’s first public health undergrads (starting the semester Hurricane Katrina hit) and later earned a master of science at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine before joining
Eric Lane
Persistence, patience pay off for Tulane grad

May 20, 2019

When Eric Lane received his degree in applied computing with a concentration in cybersecurity and homeland security and a minor in political science from the School of Professional Advancement, he realized a dream that

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