Global Health Fall/Winter 2010

Connecting the Dots in Kenya
The news from the front lines of the global fight against tuberculosis is not good, according to Kate Macintyre, a professor of international health and development who has been at Tulane since 1997. More >>

Researchers Respond to Oil Leak
For faculty in the Department of Environmental Health Sciences, the oil leak from the Deepwater Horizon oil rig presented opportunities for research, collaboration, and education. More >>
Taylor Examines Family Dynamics of Spanking
Catherine Taylor, assistant professor of community health sciences, has garnered attention for a pair of recent studies on spanking. More >>

Introducing…Global Health Systems and Development To further globalize the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, the departments of Health Systems Management and International Health and Development will unite to become Global Health Systems and Development. More >>

Ann Anderson: Educator, Scientist, Administrator, Friend
As 2010 draws to a close, Ann C. Anderson, senior associate dean and professor of environmental health studies, will retire, leaving a legacy of scholarship and growth rarely matched. More >>

Online Extra: Urban Agriculture in Viwandani
Video: MPH student Cate Irvin explains part of her practicum in Viwandani, a slum near Nairobi, Kenya’s industrial district.
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