Sep 242019
 

The Tulane University Police Department wants to build a new station across from The Boot, a popular student bar at the corner of Zimpel and Broadway. The station, a command center for off-campus patrols, would be built on an empty lot where a fraternity house was razed. (Sharon Lurye, Uptown Mesenger)

By Sharon Lurye, Uptown Messenger

Students who like to party at The Boot on Saturday nights may have to deal with a new neighbor next year: the cops.

The Tulane University Police Department wants to build a new station across from The Boot, a popular student bar at the corner of Zimpel Street and Broadway.  The station would serve as a command center for the department’s off-campus patrols, and would be open 24/7. Continue reading »

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Sep 072019
 

Surveillance video obtained by WWL-TV shows the suspect’s car after the crash. (via wwltv.com)

Tulane University police shot a former contract employee who was resisting arrest Friday afternoon, the Tulane University Police Department reported. Continue reading »

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Jul 072019
 

Tulane University researcher Sarah Gray will conduct her study at two Head Start centers in New Orleans. (Paula Burch-Celentano, Tulane University)

By Barri Bronston, Tulane University

A Tulane University researcher will study the effectiveness of an intervention to address trauma in mothers and their children as part of a four-year grant that will bring the family-focused project to New Orleans area Head Start centers. Continue reading »

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May 212019
 

Senior study author James Zadina, PhD, and first author Amy Feehan, PhD, in Zadina’s research lab at Tulane University School of Medicine. (Sally Asher, courtesy of Tulane University)

By Keith Brannon, Tulane University

Morphine and other opioid-based painkillers are very effective at treating pain initially, but studies have shown that the drugs can make patients more pain-sensitive, prolonging their discomfort and increasing their risks of developing chronic pain.

A new type of opioid developed by researchers at Tulane University and the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System doesn’t have this side effect and accelerates recovery time from pain compared to morphine, according to a new study published in the Journal of Neuroinflammation. Continue reading »

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