Dean's Open Office Hours for the LCRC Community. Tuesday, November 22 11am-noon. Louisiana Cancer Research Center first floor lobby.
Arnold P. Gold Foundation webinar: As seen through a lens: LGBTQ+ Health and the Media with Drs. Richard Greene and Christian Torres, NYU Grossman School of Medicine. Tuesday, November 22 at 5pm Central. Register for the webinar here.
*The next issue of Inside Tulane Medicine will go out Monday, November 28 at noon, so please submit any events for the week of November 28 - December 2 before 9am on Nov. 28.
Save the Date: The 13th Annual Faculty Research Synergy Event will be held Tuesday, December 13, from 6-9pm at the Audubon Tea Room. All basic and clinical science faculty who are interested in research are encouraged to attend. RSVP by Monday, November 28.
Is gut health the key to preventing osteoporosis?
The National Institutes of Health has given Tulane University more than $11 million for an innovative study that aims to sound the alarm earlier on osteoporosis and develop more effective, personalized drugs in response. The key to combating the disease may reside in the gut.
“The hypothesis is that the different compositions of bacteria species in the gut influence people’s health and risk of osteoporosis,” said study director Dr. Hong-Wen Deng, who leads the Center for Biomedical Informatics and Genomics at TUSOM. Read more.
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