biomedical engineering
Tulane researcher using “nerve-on-a-chip” to study safer chemo drugs

March 04, 2016

A Tulane researcher is leading a study that could lead to improved ways of screening chemotherapy drugs for neurotoxicity.
Audubon park
Just hangin' around

February 29, 2016

Getting the facts about the Zika virus

February 11, 2016

As Zika virus continues to spread north toward the United States, public concern and media attention are also on the rise. Two faculty members from the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine and
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Trip of a lifetime

January 12, 2016

My journey to India began as a dare. “We should do this!” insisted Ginette Arguillo, the instigator, as she leaned toward me with a mischievous stare during a photography presentation by Ron Marks, dean of the Tulane
Law interns posing with officials
Law interns help recover stolen cultural treasures

January 11, 2016

Students study the relationship between international law and art, as both physical and intellectual property, at the Tulane-Siena Institute for International Law, Cultural Heritage & the Arts.
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Thomas Beller: Stages of arrival

January 08, 2016

A young adjunct professor teaching creative writing at Tulane, whom I had met for the first time just a week earlier, poked her head into my office the other day to say hello. She had a shoulder bag, a cup of coffee, a