Cummings School is extremely proud of the achievements and ongoing work of the faculty, staff and students performing research on our campus and internationally.
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University is extremely proud of the achievements and ongoing work of the faculty, staff and students performing research on our campus and internationally with investigators from other universities, teaching hospitals and industry. Our projects are producing advances that are improving the health of domestic and wild animals, people, the environment and the food we consume.
Cummings School researchers study how increasing women’s access to livestock vaccines can improve animal and human health and well-beingRead More
Professor Sam Telford spoke with WCVB Boston about concerns around eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) in Massachusetts after a third mosquito sample tested positive this season.Read More
Professor Jonathan Runstadler was quoted by The Washington Post among experts studying animals and the novel coronavirus and the likelihood of transmission between speciesRead More
Associate professor Hellen Amuguni spoke with WCVB Boston on planned research with Tufts Medical Center into how gender and sex impact COVID-19 outcomes and mortalityRead More
A feature in The Boston Globe highlights the CoVERS study being led by Professor Jonathan Runstadler, which seeks to understand the potential for transfer of the novel coronavirus between humans and animalsRead More
Postdoctoral scholar Kaitlin Sawatzki talked to Boston Herald about CDC guidelines that recommend social distancing measures for pets.Read More
How does COVID-19 affect dogs, cats, and other animals? Cummings School Professor Jonathan Runstadler talked to 7News – WHDH Boston about how pet and livestock owners can help Tufts researchers find the answer.Read More