When Tulane faculty and staff travel, we are often asked how New Orleans and the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine are doing. Hurricane Katrina lasted only hours but left a legacy of challenges: environmental infrastructure issues, increased coastal erosion, a mental health crisis, displaced persons, and a rapidly changing health system. As one of the largest schools of public health, we are in the spotlight: everyone is watching how we are helping the city recover and how we continue our esteemed international health research and practice.
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Accepted: May 23, 2008
Received: May 2, 2008
© 2008 Southern Society for Clinical Investigation. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.