An illustration of B. Burgdorferi in the bloodstream
Could long-dead bacteria be the culprit behind lingering Lyme symptoms?

January 26, 2022

Tulane University researchers have discovered that remnants of B. burgdorferi, the bacteria that causes Lyme disease, may contribute to inflammation in both the central and peripheral nervous systems.
Allison Emmerson
Archaeologist offers a new look at ancient Rome

January 24, 2022

Allison Emmerson, archaeologist and associate professor in the Department of Classical Studies at the School of Liberal Arts, has published an award-winning new book, Life and Death in the Roman Suburb, which challenges
Researchers Robert Dauchy and Dr. David Blask
Researchers ask how much indoor lighting improves health, lessens cancer risk

January 20, 2022

Tulane Center for Circadian Biology researchers Robert Dauchy and Dr. David Blask are co-investigators on a newly funded three-year, $1.6 million Department of Energy grant to test how different types of daytime
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University quality enhancement plan brings Data Hub events to campus

January 20, 2022

From Jan. 28 through Feb. 4, Tulane is celebrating its Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) with on-campus events that promote The Data Hub.
Tulane researchers Manuel Ocasio and Jasper Privat
Center for Public Service faculty grant awarded to creators of trans resilience project

January 19, 2022

Manuel A. Ocasio of the School of Medicine and Jasper J. Privat of the Tulane Counseling Center were awarded a Center for Public Service grant of $10,000 for their project “Community Care Is Our Own Salvation: Community
Mallory Monaco Caterine
Connecting the past, present, self and community through the humanities and service learning

January 18, 2022

Mallory Monaco Caterine, senior professor of practice in the Department of Classical Studies at the School of Liberal Arts, and Greenberg Family Professor of Social Entrepreneurship at the Phyllis M. Taylor Center for