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The team representing Tulane in the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Design Challenge
Interdisciplinary team of Tulane students selected to compete in the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Design Challenge
The Tulane Team (team number 200) in the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Design Challenge (listed from left to right and from top to bottom): Jesenia Angeles, Tonye Fohsta-Lynch, Heather Larkin, Stephanie Guzman, Ayan Ali, and Quinn Hill. Tonye Fohsta-Lynch, a graduate student in maternal and child health,...
12/18/2019 - 12:30 -

An NIEHS-funded study has found that chronic exposure to fluoride lowers bone quality, as measured using an innovative application of the ultrasonic scans of cortical bones in subjects exposed to fluoride.  The study, published in Bone Reports, was led by Dr. Tewodros Godebo, assistant professor of...

12/09/2019 - 10:00 - Caitlin Harvey

The Honors Program of Newcomb-Tulane College is pleased to announce that Praveena Fernes has been awarded the George C. Marshall Scholarship for graduate study in the United Kingdom. She will pursue a Master of Science degree at The School of Oriental and African Studies in Environment, Politics,...

11/27/2019 - 10:45 - Carolyn Scofield

Drs. Jane Bertrand, Arsene Binanga, and Julie Hernandez of the Department of Health Policy and Management are leading the project to increase family planning in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The Central African Forest Initiative (CAFI), a multi-donor program to reduce the human impact on...

11/26/2019 - 11:15 - Dee Boling

Dr. Whelton with his wife, Shelagh Whelton, at the American Heart Association National Meeting Tulane epidemiology professor Dr. Paul Whelton received the American Heart Association (AHA) Distinguished Scientist Award during the AHA National Meeting on November 17th in Philadelphia. The American...

11/20/2019 - 10:15 - Carolyn Scofield

Dr. Lu Qi is director of the Tulane University Obesity Research Center and professor of epidemiology at Tulane’s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.  The seven metrics used by the American Heart Association to predict a person’s risk of heart disease and stroke don’t do enough to measure...

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