Katrina's Effect on Scientific Research

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Beyond the devastating effects most know about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, there was an impact on medical research in New Orleans. How did longstanding research projects weather the storm?


Paul Whelton, senior vice president for Health Sciences, Tulane University Health Sciences Center, Tulane University



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