Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Healthography of Disaster

The Gulf Coast is no stranger to disasters, one of the reasons Tulane’s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine has an excellent disaster management degree program. In 2010 just as the Deepwater Horizon rig began to spill oil, researchers … Continue reading

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Extra: The Peace Corps Volunteer: Matthew Arnold

“The hardest thing I’ve had to do was tell my friends and family in Liberia that I had to leave, because it wasn’t safe for me to be there,” recalls Matthew Arnold. The Ohio native was in Liberia with the … Continue reading

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Public Health on the Frontlines of an Outbreak: SPHTM responds to Ebola

From parsing out the genetic components of Ebola to participating in the overarching global and policy response, it’s no surprise that Tulane faculty and alumni are part of the response to the outbreak of Ebola virus in West Africa. Their … Continue reading

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