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July 22, 2022 Chi Dola, MD, MPH, began her Tulane University career more than 20 years ago as a student working on a combined degree in medicine and public health. After graduating from the Schools of Medicine and Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Dola remained at Tulane for her residency. She came back to...
July 15, 2022 A Tulane dermatologist noticed an uptick in patients coming in with a rare skin cancer, which led her to investigate what could be contributing to the increase. Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (CTCL), a rare type of lymphoma that presents in the skin has been on the rise in Louisiana for the past 10...
July 11, 2022 The time spent in residency and fellowship is a formative part of every physician’s career, and every trainee wants the best possible learning and living experience during those years. The Tulane Resident and Fellow Congress (TRFC) is the resident and fellows’ voice to ensure the Office of...
May 20, 2022 The School of Medicine established the following awards to recognize the faculty's achievements in the areas of clinical care, professionalism, research, mentorship, humanitarianism, and diversity and inclusion. Congratulations to this year’s winners! Research Award, Basic Sciences Stacy Drury,...
May 06, 2022 A group of Tulane University School of Medicine students volunteered with the New Orleans Diabetes Project and helped 25 elderly people better manage their health. The project is an eight-week education program during which participants monitor their A1C levels throughout the course of the class...
April 22, 2022 Adrian Baudy, MD, MBA, grew up watching his family undergo treatments for heart disease, kidney disease, high blood pressure, and stroke. Their experiences with doctors inspired him to become one himself. Listening to his patients, Dr. Baudy learned more about how they struggled...
January 26, 2022 The inaugural Introduction to Surgery Day was held earlier this month. The event was organized by Tulane Univeristy School of Medicine Departments of General Surgery, Orthopaedics, and Anesthesiology, along with the TUSOM Graduate Medical Education program to provide local...
January 21, 2022 Dr. Ze Zhang says that helping a patient see again is one of the best parts of her job; and the research she does when she’s not treating patients makes her one of the most skilled ophthalmologists in the Gulf South.   Zhang, assistant professor and director of Tulane University...
January 07, 2022 One of the many lessons associate professor of psychiatry and pediatrics Myo Thwin Myint, MD, teaches his residents and fellows is the importance of making changes through advocacy. One way to improve patient care, Myint says, is by partnering with academic and professional societies, which have...
December 10, 2021 Rhonda Coignet, MBA, a longtime employee of Tulane University, is now Senior Director for Graduate Medical Education at Tulane University School of Medicine - where she works alongside Dr. Paul Gladden, the Designated Institutional Official for Graduate Medical Education (GME). ...

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