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National Public Health Week - April 5-9, 2021

Join us in our virtual celebration of National Public Health week.

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National Public Health Week - April 5-9, 2021

Join us in our virtual celebration of National Public Health week.

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National Public Health Week - April 5-9, 2021

Join us in our virtual celebration of National Public Health week.

Panelists:

Dean of SPHTM - Thomas A. LaVeist, PhD Department Administrator, Office of Student Experience - Leslie Bayonne Associate Dean for Online Programs - Alicia Battle, PhD International Health and Development MPH Program Director - Eva Silvestre, PhD

National Public Health Week - April 5-9, 2021

Join us in our virtual celebration of National Public Health week.

Intrested in attending? Register Here: https://tulane.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMsc-uorz8tEtaWPptTpvoVVvm-jatUL2wd

Hosted by Admissions Counselor Dylon Hoffpauir

Passcode: SPHTM

National Public Health Week - April 5-9, 2021

Join us in our virtual celebration of National Public Health week.

Intrested in attending? Register Here: https://tulane.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAtc-yoqjkrGd1ijWJARTlyG35minPHZvlv

Hosted by Admissions Counselor Dylon Hoffpauir

Passcode: SPHTM

National Public Health Week - April 5-9, 2021

Join us in our virtual celebration of National Public Health week.

Intrested in attending? Register Here: https://tulane.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcrcOCsrzgiH9SRizyME_QoGih89qk8Qdti

Hosted by Admissions Counselor Dylon Hoffpauir

Passcode: SPHTM

Zoom: https://tulane.zoom.us/j/98570651801?pwd=c2pwMi9DV1BoZWNET2d4alQ0OG1XUT09

 

 

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Dr. Petchampai studies the nitrogen and carbon metabolism of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes in Dr. Scaraffia´s lab. Female mosquitoes feed on vertebrate blood and can consume nearly double their own weight in a single meal. The host blood is rich in proteins, which are converted into amino acids during digestion. In this presentation, Dr. Petchampai will discuss the allosteric effects of amino acids on recombinant Ae. aegypti pyruvate kinase 1.

The characteristics of urban and rural disease transmission will be discussed based on parasite population genetics. Half the discussion will center on plans to apply for funding to work in Kenya.

Online: https://tulane.zoom.us/j/93873115349 

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