Office of Academic Affairs & Provost
6823 St. Charles Avenue
200 Gibson Hall
New Orleans, Louisiana 70118-5698
Main line: (504) 865-5261
Fax: (504) 865-6723
Program Manager II
Office at 1440 Canal Street, Suite 2602
Natasha is responsible for the coordination and evaluation of university-wide faculty development initiatives. These efforts include the coordination of the NIH-sponsored BIRCWH career development program, facilitation of interdisciplinary interactions that foster faculty development and scholarly engagement, and identification of best practices and strategies for enhancing faculty development and scholarly activity.
Scientific Research Analyst II
Office at 1440 Canal Street, Suite 2501
Samantha is responsible for conducting key components of systematic reviews and meta-analyses that lead to peer-reviewed publications in high quality journals. She collaborates with Tulane scholars to complete systematic reviews and meta-analyses generating new evidence to increase the impact of evidence-based research.
Office at 1440 Canal Street, Suite 1604
Elizabeth works with the Associate Provost for the Health Sciences and Principal Investigator on multiple extramural grants to manage calendar, coordinate meetings (internal and external), and manage the personnel to support unit goals. Elizabeth is responsible for scheduling and coordinating of the Associate Provost’s calendar, unit meetings, logistical arrangements for conferences, workshops and meetings, coordinating and processing of travel arrangements, processing and tracking expenditures, and preparing reports and correspondence. Elizabeth works closely with Sponsored Projects Administration and Grants and Contracts Administration and ensure financial compliance with external and internal funding sources.
Institutional Research Analyst
Office located at 200 Broadway, Suite 108
Nigel provides data analyses to units across the University to support evidence-based decision making. He is responsible for bringing data together from a variety of sources (e.g., student data, faculty data, and survey data), collection of new data, and the analysis of that data.