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Mehr Manzoor, a Tulane doctoral student and Fulbright scholar, is looking into why women have fewer leadership roles, and working to correct the imbalance. She is pictured here at the World Health Assembly in Geneva earlier this year. (Photo from Mehr Man
Fulbright Scholar promotes women in health leadership
Mehr Manzoor, a School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine doctoral student and Fulbright scholar, is looking into why women have fewer leadership roles, and working to correct the imbalance. She is pictured here at the World Health Assembly in Geneva earlier this year. (Photo from Mehr Manzoor...
Jul 22, 2016 - Carolyn Scofield

“Pokemon Go” has millions of fans hunting virtual creatures in the real world using their phones. The craze is luring gamers of all stripes to get on their feet and out the door to catch them all. Jeanette Gustat, an epidemiologist with the Tulane Prevention Research Center, checks in with...

Jul 20, 2016 - Dee Boling

Starting July 20, researchers at the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine will begin recruiting participants for a study on Zika virus and pregnancy in Honduras.   The study aims to assess the frequency of Zika virus infection, and the association of microcephaly with...

Jul 19, 2016 - Naomi King Englar

In a study that focused on urban and primarily African-American neighborhoods in New Orleans, more than half of the people in that sample were not satisfied with their body size. The results of the study by the Tulane Prevention Research Center (PRC) were published in Health Education &...

Jul 12, 2016 - Madeline Vann

The thawing of relations with Cuba makes it possible for Tulane University public health researchers to build collaborations with public health experts there. Tulane student Alejandra Marks is the first U.S. student to conduct NIH-funded research under the guidance of mentors from the School of...

Jul 05, 2016 - Mary Cross

People across the globe have sipped tea for over 4,000 years. Based in Miami, JoJo Tea company aims to share the brewed beverage’s storied history one cup at a time, making modern tea culture accessible to a new generation. “Tea follows history.” Tico Aran, co-owner of JoJo Tea JoJo Tea is co-...

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