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Behavior Science: How It Affects Our Patients and Our World

Tuesday, April 21, 2020 – Part of the Animal Matters Seminar Series Presented by Tufts Center for Animals and Public Policy with Tufts Behavior Club and Tufts Wildlife, Aquatic, Zoo Animal, and Exotic Medicine Organization (WAZE) Speaker Marion Desmarchelier, DMV, IPSAV, DES (Zoological Medicine), DES (Animal Behaviour Medicine), MSc, DACZM, DECZM (Zoo Health Management), DACVB Read More

Equine Behavior, Needs, and Mental Health in a Human-Centered World

Monday, October 28, 2019 at 12 PM – 12:50 PM in the Agnes Varis AUDITORIUM, in the Campus Center (#16 on the Campus Map) Part of the Animal Matters Seminar Series presented by Tufts Center for Animals and Public Policy with the Behavior Club Speaker: Nina Ekholm Fry, MSSc., CCTP Director of Equine Programs, Institute Read More

Human-Animal Interaction, Pet Ownership, Service Animals and more at the Animals & Society Short Course 2019

Dr. Megan Mueller is Assistant Professor, Human-Animal Interaction and Co-Director for Tufts Institute for Human-Animal Interaction. Dr. Emily McCobb is Director for Tufts Shelter Medicine Program, Assistant Director for Center for Animals and Public Policy. Last year, they co-authored research that was published on the assessment of canine health and preventative care outcomes of a Read More

A Chicken and Egg Problem

Urban dwellers looking to raise backyard chickens must take precautions to prevent lead exposure.

Hunting Ebola’s Origins

Two Tufts alumni contributed to research providing a critical clue into the mysterious cause of the deadliest Ebola outbreak in history

Veterinarian at the Museum

A Tufts alum helped create an exhibit exploring how human pandemics emerge from animals and the environment.

The Flu Hunters

A new research team at Cummings School is racing to keep the world ahead of the next pandemic.

Curiosity Saved the Cats

The untold story of how a small team of researchers saved the lives of millions of felines—and helped identify the cause of AIDS.

Cardiac Repair Kits

People could benefit from stem cell studies of heart-valve disease in dogs

Pet Project

A surprising number of animal owners have little or no access to veterinary care, Tufts at Tech (a low-cost primary-care clinic run by Cummings School) brings the care to them