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Lizheng Shi was part of a research team that analyzed data from the Pancreas Cancer Olaparib Ongoing Trial.
The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine ranked the Freeman School 42nd on a list of the best graduate programs for entrepreneurship.
Five students will receive a total of $100,000 for their work in promoting racial equity, justice or diversity initiatives.
Maeve Wallace and Dovile Vilda will study how state gun laws may reduce homicides among women who are pregnant or recently gave birth.
Chuck Cundiff developed a plan for a partnership between the university and local restaurants.
The study will be led by Jiang He, MD, PhD, professor and chair of the Department of Epidemiology at the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.
Mark Sides, MD, PhD, joined Tulane's faculty in July and is building a comprehensive Thoracic Oncology Program.
President Fitts announced a new initiative that will make a Tulane University undergraduate degree more accessible and affordable for Louisiana residents.
Saturday, Nov. 14, is the final day Tulane students, faculty and staff can explore the current exhibition ‘Bmike Odums: NOT Supposed 2-BE Here.'
Dr. Gregory Stewart, co-founder and co-director for the Tulane Center for Sport, will oversee a staff of over 30 doctors, specialists and experts.
“Sites of Memory: New Orleans and Place-based Histories in the Americas,” co-organized by Adrian Anagnost and Mia Bagneris, is part of the series.
The program, which has graduated more than 1,000 students since it began, will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2021.
As vote counts are still underway, law students discussed several topics during a post-election analysis webinar hosted by law professor Stephen Griffin.
Associate Professor Tonya Hansel provides advice on how to listen to your body and figure out different solutions for a better night’s sleep.
The School of Medicine will be a testing site for the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson’s Phase III clinical research study.
Through a National Institutes of Health grant, researchers are studying how long the coronavirus is able to persist in wastewater.
Classes and normal operations resume Monday, Nov. 2. The Uptown, Downtown and Covington campuses have power and are operational.