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Alumnus Connects Tulane to Microscope's History

In the mid 1800’s, the United States was not on the forefront of scientific innovation—Europe dominated the field. That makes it all the more fascinating that two of the most ground-breaking scientific inventions in microscopy occurred in the United States – at Tulane University, says Lary Walker (G ’76, ’79).

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2016 School of Science and Engineering Undergraduate Graduation Ceremony
4 PM • Saturday, May 14, 2016
Devlin Fieldhouse - Tulane Uptown Campus
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Hand in Hand: Unique Collaboration Between Tulane Engineering and Medical Students Helps Improve Hospitals

Hand in Hand: Unique Collaboration Between Tulane Engineering and Medical Students Helps Improve Hospitals

Last month, engineering undergraduates Gregory Michaelson and Zachary Resnick joined a group of medical students at the National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care, hosted by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI). Led by Dr. Frank Rosinia, Chairman of the Anesthesiology Department at Tulane Medical School, the team presented on their efforts to improve hand hygiene at the Tulane Medical Center.

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Neuroscience

The mission of the Neuroscience Program is to provide students with a rich educational and scientific training in multiple biomedical disciplines as they relate to the brain and the nervous system.

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