Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine is committed to advancing public health through learning, research, and practice. Our school is proud of its internationally respected faculty, its dedicated students, and its resolve to improve health worldwide.
Our school challenges students to explore the interrelation of local and global health issues. Studying vector-borne diseases such as malaria and its effect in Africa quickly rolls into work on West Nile virus in the United States. From grassroots initiatives to international collaborations, our faculty and students are committed to improving public health worldwide.
Our school offers a collegial and stimulating environment and unparalleled opportunities to work alongside public health leaders. Students and faculty engage in hands-on training and research. At Tulane, we're globally committed to public health -- from our front door to yours.
Pierre Buekens, MD, PhD
W. H. Watkins Professor and Dean