School of Medicine
Forty-seven years after endocrinologist Dr. Andrew Schally was awarded the Nobel Prize for medical research conducted at Tulane University, the prestigious award is returning home. A researcher at Tulane and the New Orleans VA Medical Center from 1962-2005, Schally donated his Nobel Prize to Tulane University School of Medicine, where it will soon be put on display to inspire the next generation of researchers to reach for similar heights. Read the full story here.
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Our diverse departments, centers, and institutes, each contribute significantly to our institution's academic and research excellence. They collectively reflect Tulane's commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration, innovative research, and the advancement of medical science and patient well-being.
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