Welcome to the Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (OGPS) at Tulane University! OGPS advances graduate education and enhances postdoctoral training through program oversight, policy development, and implementation of focused activities. OGPS is part of the Office of Academic Affairs.
2012-13 PhD Program Annual Update is now available.
New Graduate Student Instructor Orientation Materials
Review the Teaching Resource Manual and the presentations.
AY 2012-13 Student Healthcare Plan Rates
UnitedHealthcare will provide insurance coverage for graduate and professional students in AY 2012-13.
Postdoc Survey Results
Review the results of the needs assessment survey administered to Tulane's Postdoctoral Research Fellows.
External Funding Resources
Check out our list of external funding resources for fellowships, research grants, and postdoctoral training.
Dr. Richard Oberhelman, chair of the Department of Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences, is the principal investigator for the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine’s new Inter-American Training for Innovation in Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATIEID) program, funded by a Fogarty Framework grant designed to encourage much-needed innovations in global health.
The program will consist of a consortium of universities and organizations in the U.S., Peru, and Argentina and will integrate public health, science, engineering, social sciences, and medicine. Eight post-doctoral participants from consortium institutions will gain interdisciplinary training in innovative approaches to emerging infectious diseases. At least six of the participants will be from Latin American partners.
Read more at the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.
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