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For Students - Past Student Projects

Student in Lab


Selected Faculty/Student Research Publications:

Selection in the Market for Slaves: New Orleans, 1830-1860
Jonathan B. Pritchett and Richard M. Chamberlain
The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. 108, No. 2 (May, 1993), pp. 461-473
 
The Economic Rationale of Slavery Health Care Provision
Kevin Lander and Jonathan Pritchett
Social Science History, Vol. 33, No. 2 (Summer, 2009), pp. 155-182
 
Post-CMOS Packaging Methods for Integrated Biosensors
Marc Dandin, James Gallagher, Menake Piyasena, Nicole Nelson, Mario Urdaneta, Elisabeth Smela, Pamela Abshire
IEEE SENSORS 2009 Conference, 25-28 October 2009
 
Using Hollow, Magnetic Microspheres for Drug Delivery
Sola Cardoso
 
Identifying Epigenetic Associated Genes in Uterine Leiomyoma
Mary Nguyen
 
Stimulus-Induced Place Preference: A Method to Measure Anxiety in Chronic Pain Models
Stepahnie Quintero
 
Evaluating the Function of Lymphatic/Blood Vessel Connections in Adult Microvascular Networks
Mario Aragon
 
Expression-Targeted Gene Therapy For Cancer Cell Detection
Madjouline Asher
 
Nanocarriers for Transcutaneous Vaccine Delivery
Daniel Pardo
 
New Medicines for the Treatment of Chronic Pain
Cavin Ward-Caviness
 
Timing and Forensics of an Immense and Rapid Sedimentary Progradation of the Ne Lana'i Coastline
Jennifer L. Douglass, Alexander S. Kolker, Nicole M. Gasparini, Kristen A. Butcher, B. E. Rosenheim
2009 Portland GSA Annual Meeting (18-21 October 2009)
 
Sinuosity and meander belt scarring: Tectonics and stream dynamics across the Baton Rouge Fault Zone
Phillip Dunek
2009 Fall Meeting - American Geophysical Union
 
The Effects of Orographic Precipitation and Lithology on River Profiles in the Kohala Region of the Big Island, Hawaii
James Menking
2009 Fall Meeting - American Geophysical Union
 




Please email abstracts of your past projects to Dr. Gary Talarchek at gtalarch@tulane.edu.

200 Gibson Hall, Tulane University, 6823 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-862-3295 gtalarch@tulane.edu