Chris Whittier, V97, research assistant professor of conservation medicine at Cummings School, shares the dirt on these important enormous, whistling, burrowing squirrels While many Americans would recognize famed Punxsutawney Phil as a groundhog, they may not know much else about the species. As Groundhog Day approaches on February 2, let’s take a minute to consider Read More
Two Tufts alumni contributed to research providing a critical clue into the mysterious cause of the deadliest Ebola outbreak in history
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 and MIT work with Massachusetts citizens to genetically fight Lyme disease.
Scientists devise a new method to store Cryptosporidium and aid vaccine research.
Wellness programs surge on campus to help students, faculty, and staff weather the demands of veterinary practice and training.
In addition to its D.V.M. program, Cummings School also offers graduate programs preparing scientists like these for service around the world.
The new president of the American Veterinary Medical Association—a Cummings School alum—looks to the future.
A Tufts alum helped create an exhibit exploring how human pandemics emerge from animals and the environment.