Elisabeth McMahon holds a folder of letters that are part of the African Letters Project.
Tulane database brings historic activism to the forefront

August 02, 2022

 History and Africana Studies professor Elisabeth McMahon, in collaboration with the Amistad Research Center and Tulane students, created the African Letters Project, a free database that consists of over 5,600 letters 
Tulane physicist Fred Wietfeldt
Tulane physicist awarded $8.2 million to precisely measure lifetime of the free neutron

July 28, 2022

Tulane physics professor Fred Wietfeldt has been awarded an $8.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation to build a new apparatus aimed at solving what he calls “one of the most important problems in physics
Tulane bat expert Hannah Frank
What bats can teach us about stopping the next pandemic

July 27, 2022

A new Tulane study suggests that the link between bats and coronaviruses is likely due to a long-shared history, and that genetic information can help us prevent and manage future pandemics.      
Dr. Tina Simpson
Tulane School of Medicine appoints Chief Clinical Diversity Officer to lead EDI efforts

July 26, 2022

As part of Tulane’s ongoing commitment to prioritize, as a core value, equity, diversity and inclusion in all aspects of university life, including clinical training and patient care, the School of Medicine has named Dr
Amitinder Kaur
Tulane awarded $3.5 million to study how killer immune cells prevent birth defects

July 25, 2022

Tulane University researchers will use a new $3.5 million National Institutes of Health grant to investigate how specialized immune cells may block cytomegalovirus transmission during pregnancy.  
CityBusiness Health Care Heroes from Tulane
Seven from School of Medicine recognized as Health Care Heroes

July 24, 2022

CityBusiness recently announced its 2022 list of Health Care Heroes, including one Tulane School of Medicine professional and six physicians: Bennetta Horne, Dr. Adrian Baudy, Dr. Keith Ferdinand, Dr. Meghan Howell, Dr