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Dean Cribb wearing a black vest with Tufts Cummings School Logo and posing for a photo
Looking Forward to A Bright 2022
Celebrating and thanking our community
Healing Animals. Helping Humans. Transforming Global Health.
"After this experience, I've fallen in love with academia and doing research."
— Ananya Mahalingam-Dhingra,
DVM Class 2022 about her work with Professor Melissa Mazan on a clinical study of a novel therapy for equine asthma
"I came away from the program with a much deeper understanding of the different paths my career could take and with a greater degree of self-confidence."
—Arielle Potter,
2019 graduate of the M.S. in Infectious Disease and Global Health Program and medical technologist on Quest Diagnostics’ COVID-19 team
Dr. Raymond K Kudej, Associate Professor of Clinical Sciences, draws on the window of a lounge as he leads rounds at the foster Hospital for Small Animals at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University
Healing Animals
How a Dog with a Giant Tongue Was Saved by a Veterinary Surgeon
Cummings School professor Raymond Kudej’s research into brachycephalic breeds prepared him to perform what might be the first tongue-reduction surgery of its kind on a dog
Changing the Face of Veterinary Medicine
Engaging Scholars
Changing the Face of Veterinary Medicine
While a veterinary student, India Napier, V20, launched a program that introduces veterinary-related topics to elementary-aged children in Worcester, many of them from diverse and immigrant families.
Testing a New Addiction Therapy
Helping Humans
Testing a New Addiction Therapy
The vast majority of patients being treated for opioid-use disorder relapse and take the drugs again at least once. Assistant Professor Fair Vassoler is studying a new way to potentially curb the opioid cravings that contribute to relapse.
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