--Meg Farris, Medical Reporter, WWLTV 4
Science is now beginning to understand that everything, from sickness, health, and even weight loss, is determined by your genetics and your environment, and how the two interact.
The National Institutes of Health is looking for more than a million people to help researchers target treatments just for you. Read more.
"Instead of giving everybody the same medicine, we give the right medicine to the right person,"
--Dr. Vivian Fonseca, Chief of Endocrinology at Tulane School of Medicine
The searchable database of diabetes experts and facilities on the Expertscape website lists Dr. Vivian Fonseca as the no. 2 expert in Type 2 Diabetes in the world. Read more »
'Eat oysters, love longer' saying may be true according to new study
WWL-TV, aired May 29, 2018
Tulane researchers develop new way to predict complications in diabetes patients
Tulane New Wave, May 15, 2018
Tulane University shares in $20 million NIH grant to LA CaTS
Tulane New Wave, February 20, 2018
NIH awards Tulane $2.65 million to boost research in women’s health, sex differences
Tulane New Wave, October 24, 2017
Expert discusses the role of diabetologists in comorbid heart failure in diabetes
Healio, July 16, 2017
Metformin No Help for Atherosclerosis in T1D
Medpage Today, June 13, 2017
Tulane scientist: Sex matters in research
The New Orleans Advocate, June 11, 2017
Does the sex of a cell matter in research?
Tulane New Wave, June 6, 2017
A Personalized Approach in Type 2 Diabetes
MD Magazine, March 23, 2017
Should Dentists Screen for Diabetes?
MedPage Today, February 22, 2017
Can women lose weight with hormone replacement after menopause?
WWL-TV, aired January 4, 2017