The importance of first impressions, why “draconian leash laws” are hurting dogs, and more insights from the renowned animal behaviorist
How do animals perceive the world? Differently than us, animal behaviorist Temple Grandin told a Tufts audience on January 8. But it’s important to remember that even though that’s the case, she said, they have emotions like ours.
Cummings School researchers find that women who are pregnant, raising children, or considering parenthood at U.S. veterinary training institutions may lack adequate support
Cummings School researcher focuses on comparative oncology and improving cancer treatment in both pets and people
Over 40 years, Cummings School has built itself into an international leader in veterinary education, expert clinical care, and interdisciplinary research.
Creating better animal models may help pregnant women—and support children exposed to opioids in utero.
New research reveals distinct wound patterns from the criminal enterprise—and may provide a new tool for law enforcement.
Scientists at Tufts devise a method to store the Cryptosporidium parasite, aiding vaccine research efforts
Tufts Paws for People’s Walk With Me program is giving the Grafton campus community a reason to gather for some weekly group exercise (it’s coming to Tufts Medical Center soon, too).
As the Cummings School dean becomes Tufts’ provost ad interim, an interim dean is announced
Can we capitalize on kids’ affinity for animals to foster diversity in veterinary medicine and other STEM fields?