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Tulane School of Medicine Launches Immersion Program for Biotech Execs and Investors Visiting the Big Easy

Tulane University School of Medicine has launched a new In-Residence Immersion Program that offers biotech executives, venture capitalists, scientists and entrepreneurs visiting New Orleans from across the country a fully functional on-the-go workspace on its downtown campus.

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Tulane Disease-Fighting Effort Named a “Best Bet” for Donor Support

A Tulane University proposal to establish a comprehensive system of infectious disease response, from early detection to the development of new treatments, has been named a “Best Bet” by one of the nation’s leading philanthropic research centers.

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Tulane Awarded $3.67 Million Grant for Quantum Computing

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Tulane University professor Michael Mislove will help develop cutting-edge technology related to quantum computing.

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Tulane University Names $1 Million Winner of Nitrogen Reduction Challenge

Tulane University awarded the $1 million grand prize for the Tulane Nitrogen Reduction Challenge to Adapt-N, a team from Cornell University that developed a cloud-based computer modeling system to predict optimum nitrogen application rates for crops using data on weather, field conditions and soil management practices.

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New Study Finds Lyme Bacteria Survive a 28-day Course of Antibiotics When Treated Four Months After Infection by Tick Bite

Lyme bacteria can survive a 28-day course of antibiotic treatment four months following infection by tick bite, according to a new study using a primate model for the disease. Despite testing negative for Lyme disease, some subjects were infected with Lyme bacteria in heart, brain and other organs.

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Impulse Control Subject of Tulane Brain Institute Study

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A Tulane University researcher is studying why males have more impulse control issues than females.

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Tulane University Launches Its Most Ambitious Fundraising Campaign with $1.3 Billion Goal

Tulane University launched Only the Audacious, The campaign for an ever bolder Tulane today. The campaign is the most ambitious fundraising endeavor in Tulane’s 184 years

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Tulane Expert Available to Comment on Jerusalem

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Loss of Breeding Grounds Hits a Sad Note for Common Songbird

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A Tulane University researcher has found that a decline in the number of wood thrushes is probably due to deforestation in Central America.

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Tulane Receives $1.7 Million Grant From Department of Defense for Blood Vessel Research

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Tulane University’s Stryder Meadows, a cell and molecular biology professor, received a $1.7 million grant from the Department of Defense to study how arteriovenous malformations (AVM), which are defects in arteries, veins and capillaries, form Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT), a genetic disorder that affects about 1 in 5,000 people.







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