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Join us Monday for our Epidemiology Seminar, "Genetically proxied, microRNAs regulated circadian rhythm and cardiometabolic risk in people living with overweight and obesity,"

presented by Qiaochu Xue, MPH, Doctoral Student, Department of Epidemiology, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.



Please join us for a seminar, "Multidimensional Barriers to Healthcare Access for Chagas Disease in the United States," presented by Dr. Claudia Herrera, Ph.D., Assistant Professor (TU) at 9:00-10:00am in the JBJ bldg. Rm 404 (conference room).  

Please join us for the seminar: "Reducing health inequities globally and locally: Using epidemiology to inform public health action" presented by Katherine O. Robsky, PhD, MPH, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Epidemiology, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.



October 10, 2022

12:00 p.m.

TDW 1210


For additional information please contact

Therese Carter at (504)988-6809 or tcarter1@tulane.edu

Join us as we welcome back Tulane SPHTM Dept. of Tropical Medicine alumnus, Daniel Bausch, MD, MPH&TM, FASTMH, who will be presenting his seminar titled, "Leveraging Pandemic Response to Address Epidemic and Endemic Diseases" in the Diboll Auditorium on Monday, October 17th from 12-1pm. Lunch will be provided in the Diboll Gallery following the seminar.

If you plan to attend the seminar in-person, please register at Eventbrite by Oct. 13th.

Dr. Lara Ho, COO at The Dupont Clinic presents: "Yes you can have it all: Building a career in both international and domestic public health"

Monday, Oct. 24th, 12:00PM - 1:00 PM CST

Tidewater 1201 - Hybrid/Zoom Available

Students register in Handshake:


Shelley Snyder, Former/Retired at USAID presents: How USAID "Works"

Monday, Oct. 17th, 12:00PM - 1:00 PM CST

Tidewater 1201 - Hybrid/Zoom Available

Students register in Handshake:


In this session, Ms. Snyder will summarize the role of USAID in international development and health, give an overview of career opportunities in the organization, and share some general insights and advice on launching your career.

Global Health Careers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: CDC's Division of Global HIV and Tuberculosis.

Register at QR Code in image or at https://tulane.joinhandshake.com/edu/events/1120382



"Social Determinants of Health and Premature Death Among US Adults"

Presented by:

Joshua Bundy, PhD MHS

Assistant Professor of Epidemiology

Tulane School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine


Monday, October 3, 2022 at 12:00 PM

Tidewater Room 1210

Lunch will be served at 12 PM


For additional information, please contact Blake Bathel at

988-0679 or bbathel@tulane.edu

Epidemiology Seminar featuring:

Aneeka Ratnayake, MSPH

Doctoral Student

Department of Epidemiology

Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine



September 26, 2022

12:00 p.m.

TDW 1210

Since the 1950s, the number of daily record high temperatures has increased, and the annual incidence of heat waves has doubled. Heat waves cause deaths from heat strokes in athletes and outdoor workers, in children abandoned in vehicles, and in the homebound handicapped and elderly. Everyone should recognize the predisposing risk factors for and the earliest warning signs of increasing heat stress in order to react quickly with life-saving measures to prevent rapid progression to fatal heat stroke.


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