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November 03, 2022 The Joy in Medicine™ Health System Recognition Program is designed to spark and guide interested, committed, or engaged organizations to improve physician satisfaction and reduce burnout. Tulane University School of Medicine is one of 28 organizations that earned bronze recognition in 2022,...
October 19, 2022 “It’s an uphill climb to educate people that addiction is one disease,” says Dr. Ken Roy, associate professor of psychiatry at the School of Medicine and program director of the Tulane Addiction Medicine Fellowship.  Through the Tulane Addiction Medicine Fellowship, offered by the...
October 07, 2022 The Department of Surgery at Tulane University School of Medicine offered its first-ever visiting student clerkship award this year. The clerkship award was offered to 4th-year medical students who are underrepresented in medicine and are interested in pursuing a career in general...
August 26, 2022 Andrea Murina, MD, is the first doctor in her family. So it’s not surprising that until Murina began her dermatology residency at Tulane University School of Medicine, she had not heard the term “academic medicine." The field combined her love for teaching and mentorship alongside her new...
August 18, 2022 Tulane University School of Medicine recently welcomed 160 new residents and fellows to its Graduate Medical Education program. The trainees came to New Orleans from across the United States and 12 other countries - Afghanistan, Brazil, Canada, China, Ecuador, Egypt, India, Jamaica, Jordan,...
August 08, 2022 Castle Connolly is a healthcare research company and the official source for Top Doctors for over 25 years.  Nominations can be made by all licensed physicians, and this year more than 100 Tulane doctors were nominated by their peers and selected as New Orleans Top Doctors.  ...
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,...

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