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The researchers identified and replicated a hyperimmune response in nonhuman primates that could lead to treatments for patients with severe cases.
Provost Robin Forman talks about improvements to the temporary classrooms installed last fall.
With the COVID-19 vaccine starting to be distributed to eligible groups, the community is one step closer to seeing an eventual end to the pandemic.
The first cohort includes 60 faculty and staff members, representing 44 organizations within the university.
On Tuesday, about 50 eligible Tulane faculty, staff and students received the first doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
Students began trickling into the Arrival Center at the Hyatt Regency Hotel this past weekend ahead of moving on to campus for the spring semester.
Shauna Clark has been named Global and U.S. Chair of Norton Rose Fulbright, becoming the first woman of color to hold both positions.
Dr. Alyssa Lederer and colleagues note that college students face issues that impede their academic performance and well-being during the pandemic.
The gift will establish the Audrey G. Ratner Excellence Endowed Fund for American Jewry and Jewish Culture in the School of Liberal Arts.
Elaine R. Hicks was named one of three Librarians of the Year by Library Journal.
Researchers found no evidence that reopening K-12 schools in person or in a hybrid form increased COVID-19 hospitalizations.
2020 was an unprecedented year. Here is a look back at Tulane’s year in photos.