New Orleans area high school and university students will get a firsthand glimpse of a day in the life of a cardiologist when Tulane University School of Medicine and Tulane Medical Center hosts the American College of Cardiology Young Scholars Program.
LSU Health New Orleans’ Doctor of Physical Therapy Program was recently re-accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE) for a period of 10 years. The program is accredited through June 30, 2029.
Tulane Lakeside Hospital is one of the first facilities in the region to offer 3D-guided breast biopsy, an advanced, minimally invasive technique that provides a sample of tissue that doctors use to identify and diagnose breast abnormalities.
The Hologic® Affirm™ Prone Breast Biopsy System uses 3D imaging for biopsy guidance and increased precision. The 3D visualization facilitates the localization and accurate targeting of lesions, including those that can be challenging to detect with conventional imaging techniques.
Leonardo Seoane, MD, FACP, has been named associate vice chancellor of academic affairs at LSU Health Shreveport. Seoane will work with the LSUHS chancellor, provost, and deans of each professional school, and the Office of Graduate Medical Education to support student and residency training.
Recent Xavier University of Louisiana graduate Sarah Bertrand was awarded the inaugural Ochsner Health System Medical School Scholarship for LSU Health Shreveport – School of Medicine. The scholarship award will cover cost of tuition and fees for Bertrand to attend the four-year medical school program at LSU Health Shreveport – School of Medicine starting this fall.