Monthly Archives: January 2012

Service Learning Beyond the Great Wall

Six Tulane undergraduate students combined the classroom with world travel and service last summer, learning firsthand about global health while providing support in several Chinese health centers. This is the fifth year the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical … Continue reading

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All creatures great and small: Alumni combine public health and veterinary science

On the surface, veterinary medicine and public health seem to be completely different career paths. The links between the two, however, are not only strong, they also go back hundreds of years. Today, 21 billion animals feed the world population … Continue reading

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Don’t Give Me Fever!

Alumna Emily S. Jentes, who earned her doctorate in tropical medicine in 2008, is the lead author of a paper in Lancet Infectious Diseases that describes the effort to revise the global yellow fever risk map. The informal WHO working … Continue reading

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Alumni Notes

Do you have an update? Visit http://www.sph.tulane.edu/alumni to share it with us! DANNY AGUILLARD (HSM MHA ’93) is the CEO/president of Evergreen Health Management, LLC, in Baton Rouge, La, a team of behavioral healthcare leaders providing contract management and consulting … Continue reading

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