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“CRISPR /Cas9 Based Extreme Genome Editing (EGE®) Technology and Its Application”

Time: 9:00 AM, January 25th, 2019

Location: J Bennett Johnston Building 5th Floor Conference Room

Breakfast will be provided!

The Tulane Center for Advanced Medical Simulation & Team Training opened in January 2009, and has supported Tulane School of Medicine education and training for 10 years. Come help us celebrate, learn about our many accomplishments and active curriculums that have trained over 46,000 learners to date. The Keynote talk will discuss the future of medical education, health care and the importance of simulation training from one of the top surgery and simulation experts from the American College of Surgeons.

Friday, January 25, 2019, 11:00am – 2:00pm

On April 12 from 2:00-4:00pm there will be a political science seminar entitled "Non-Policy Politics: Richer Voters, Poorer Voters, and the Diversification of Electoral Strategies" with Victoria Murillo from Columbia University, to be held in the Greenleaf Conference Room in the LBC

Political Science Seminar with Milan Svolik from Yale University

On March 15th from 2:00-4:00pm, there will be a seminar presented by Tulane Political Science PhD Candidate Michael Jones called "State Development and Authoritarian Resilience in Rwanda" in the Greenleaf Conference Room in the LBC

On February 22 from 2:00-4:00pm the political science seminar entitled "Nowhere to Go: FDI, Terror, and Market-Specific Assets" will be presented by Iain Osgood from the University of Michigan at the Greenleaf Conference Room at the LBC

On February 15 from 2:00-4:00 pm in Norman Mayer 313, Benjamin Read from UC Santa Cruz will lead the political science seminar entitled:  “The Rising Tide of Women Elected to Local Office in Taiwan, and How it Matters”                                                           

On February 8 from 11am to 12:30pm, Tulane Political Science PhD Candidate Mart Trasberg will deliver a seminar in Norman Mayer 313 called: "When is Local Public Goods Distribution Pro-poor? Elections versus Non-electoral Accountability in Village Governance Regimes in Mexico"

On February 1st, there will be a political science seminar entitled "Equity Without Development: How Redistributive Land Reform Can Generate Long-Term Poverty" with Michael Albertus from the University of Chicago from 2:00-4:00pm at Norman Mayer 313

Tulane's School of Professional Advancement is proud to present the next installation in its speaker series.

Join us on February 13th at 6:30pm for a presentation from CAPT Aisha Mix of the Public Health Service and Nicole Grant from the Department of Health and Human Services. They will be speaking on their joint roles in hurricane response in the Virgin Islands from the environmental health and human impact lenses. Additionally, they will be addressing the Public Health Service and Department of Health and Human Services career paths.