Physiology Seminar Series presents Investigations into Immune Mechanisms of Preeclampsia with John Henry Dasinger, PhD, Medical College of Georgia Augusta University. Monday, January 30 at noon. Hutchinson 6065.
Call for Nominations: 2023 Teaching Scholar Awards. This award recognizes a full-time faculty member in the School of Medicine who has demonstrated a significant record of scholarship and exceptional teaching, along with an ongoing commitment to enhancing the quality of teaching and learning at Tulane. Nominations must be submitted by Monday, January 30 at 5pm. See attached for more information and nomination form.
Call for Nominations: 2023 SOM Faculty Recognition Awards. These awards demonstrate the School’s sincere appreciation of the faculty and their contributions to advancing the school's mission. The awards and the recognition they bestow will serve to build a stronger academic environment, promote a positive culture within the School, and identify the behaviors and achievements we value as a community. The deadline to submit nominations is Monday, January 30, 2023. Please visit the Faculty Affairs website for a list of awards and the nomination form.
The next picture day will be held Tuesday, January 31, 2023 from 8am to 4pm. This is a free event open to all faculty, staff, students, residents and fellows. Hutchinson Room 4150. Sign up for a time here.
Free crash course in NIH Funding! Wednesday, Feb. 1 and Thursday, Feb. 2. NIH and HHS experts will share policies, resources, guidance, and case studies in informative and engaging sessions. Get more information and register here.
Deming Department of Medicine presents Encephalitis: A Clinician's Approach with Rodrigo Hasbun, MD, MPH, McGovern Medical School UTHealth. Wednesday, February 1 at noon. Hutchinson 7062 and via Zoom. More information here.
Tulane Department of Pharmacology & the Tulane Center of Excellence in Sex-Based Biology & Medicine present: 9th Annual Seminar in honor of National Wear Red Day with Samar El Khoudary, PhD, MPH, University of Pittsburgh School of Public Health. Friday, February 3 at noon. Hutchinson 7062. See flyer for more information.
Tulane Institute of Physician Scientists (TIPS) presents Epithelial microbial signaling and gut-brain circuits in neonatal necrotizing enterocolitis with David Hackam, MD, PhD, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Friday, February 3 at 4pm. Murphy Building, Room 220. More information here.