Tulane University is a leading research institution with research partnerships that span the globe. University-wide research efforts garnered $148 Million in FY2011.
The Vice President for Research is a university-wide post responsible for overseeing all aspects of research at Tulane University. Priorities for the office include fostering interdisciplinary collaboration, aiding in the recruitment and retention of leading investigators, and building the research portfolio in a manner compliant with government regulation.
A major renovation project, supported by the National Institutes of Health, is underway to remodel
three floors of biomedical research laboratory space in the J. Bennett Johnston Building (JBJ) on the
downtown campus. The renovation will create open collaborative spaces to foster interdisciplinary interaction and research. Click here for more information and application instructions.
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