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Matas Faculty Publications: A Guide

Publications by Tulane University faculty, staff and students from the School of Medicine, the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, and the Tulane National Primate Research Center, 1911 – present.

School of Medicine Publications Report 2015

Matas Faculty Publications

Database Scope and Statistics

Publications by Tulane University faculty members in the School of Medicine, the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, and the Tulane National Primate Research Center, 1910 – present. 

Fast Stats

  • Over 17,000 references from 1910 - present
  • Oldest reference: "The Cultivation of the Leprosy Bacillus and the Experimental Production of Leprosy in the Japanese Dancing Mouse" by Dr. CW Duval in the Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1910 Sep 1;12(5):649-65. Read here
  • Tulane published 700+ articles in 2014, 800+ articles in 2013, 660+ articles in 2012, and 830+ articles in 2011, solely in the health science specialites.

Notes

  • Log into your RefWorks account to view folders by year or browse by year, otherwise browse by year on the Faculty Publications by Year page. 
  • Contact Maureen Knapp (mknapp2@tulane.edu) or Laura Wright (lwright7@tulane.edu) to add your publications to the faculty database. 

Search Hedge

The following phrases are used to mine for Faculty Publications. We include PubMed, EMBASE and Web of Science in our sources.

“tulane school of medicine” OR “tulane university school of medicine” OR “tulane health sciences center” OR “tulane university health sciences center” OR “tulane medical center” OR “tulane university medical center” OR “tulane primate center” OR “tulane primate research center” OR “tulane national primate research center” OR "tulane school of public health and tropical medicine" OR "tulane public health" OR “Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine”