Spotlights

  • Binding Wounds Pushing Boundaries: African Americans in Civil War Medicine
    Binding Wounds Pushing Boundaries: African Americans in Civil War Medicine

    A National Library of Medicine exhibition on African Americans health providers in the Civil War is accompanied by a local Tulane exhibition that highlights events and activism in New Orleans.

    The Opening lecture and reception will be held on January 18 from 6pm-8pm in the Jones Hall Gallery.

  • Matas Gras
    Happy Mardi Gras from the Mystick Krewe of Matas!

    By offical decree, the Circulation Desk will close at 5:00 PM on Friday, February 9 and re-open on Wednesday, February 14 at 8:00 AM for Mardi Gras Holidays.

    The 24-7 Areas will remain available.

  • MedTrack
    New! MedTrack

    Medtrack tracks the activities of all the healthcare players, from contract manufacturing, to R&D, to technologies, to chemical manufacturers – and monitors their products, deals, financials, patents, company contacts, and more. 
     
    Medtrack brings together a huge range of information within a single tool so that you can get what you need from a single search. Use Medtrack to analyze deals, review company financials, view patents, or look up individual contact information. 

  • PolicyMap
    PolicyMap

    Tulane University Libraries now have full access to PolicyMap, an online mapping tool made for non-social science, non-geography learners which enables access to data about U.S. communities and markets. Data sources include BRFSS, CDC, CMS, DHS Immigration Yearbook, EPA, FEMA, HUD, NCHS, & USDA.