PUBLIC HEALTH IS PART OF TULANE’S DNA. In 1834 the university was founded as the Medical College of Louisiana in response to public health threats
IT WAS 1967. Just the year before, more than 23 million elderly and impoverished Americans had enrolled in the newly enacted Medicare and Medicaid programs,
In July the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine welcomed Thomas LaVeist as the 15th dean of the school. LaVeist was also
WHEN TOM FARLEY TOOK OVER as Commissioner of the Philadelphia Department of Public Health in 2016, the Philadelphia Business Journal labeled him an “out of
LONG-TIME PROFESSOR of nutrition, John Beverly Mason, passed away August 28, at the age of 74, after bravely battling cancer over the last eight years.