Faculty & Staff Photo Competition 2014

We received lots of wonderful, high-quality photo entries, showing Tulane’s global public health in action. Unfortunately, we could only pick three top photos and the judging was intense. When the dust cleared, three photos stood out.

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First Place—from Preston Marx, PhD, Interim Chair & Professor, Department of SFA 010ATropical Medicine. Dr. Marx submitted this amazing picture of a man smoking chickens on a beach in Ghana.

SFA 003ASecond Place—Frederique Jacquerioz Bausch, MD, MPH, DTM&H, Assistant Professor of Clinical Tropical Medicine. Her photograph depicts creativity and resilience in Freetown, Sierra Leone.

SFA 004EThird Place —also goes to Arachu Castro,  PhD, MPH, for her gorgeous photograph of a scene that could be right out of the 1950s in Havana, Cuba.

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About Tulane University SPHTM

Tulane's School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine is the oldest school of public health in the country and the only American school of tropical medicine. Our mission is to advance public health knowledge, promote health and well-being, and prevent disease, disability, and premature mortality. This is accomplished through academic excellence in education of public health professionals, rigorous scientific research of public health problems, creative partnerships to advance the practice of public health, and innovative service to the local, national, and international public health community.
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