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Assessment of Animal Stress and Quality of Life

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Human-Animal Interactions and Animal Facilitated Activities

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MAPP Student Projects: Care and Management of Companion Animal Populations

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Care and Management of Companion Animal Populations

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Manar Abdel Mageed

Who doesn’t know a person in his life who has suffered from cancer?! This question urged me to join the pathology department as a PhD student, where cancer pathology has become my obsession. I am fascinated by histology—how cells are perfectly organized to form tissues and organs—and by pathology where one sees that perfect organization Read More

Raj Maganti

I’m a doctoral research trainee/graduate student at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine involved in a unique cooperative veterinary anatomic pathology residency training/PhD program funded by Biogen Idec (Cambridge, MA) under the mentorship of Dr. Robert Dunstan, distinguished investigator at Biogen-Idec and an adjunct faculty of Cummings School. I intend on pursuing a career in experimental Read More

Johnathan Shearer

I am an active duty US Army Veterinarian, and as part of my career progression I was given the opportunity to return to school for advanced education. I realized early on that I was drawn to the zoonotic disease and public health side of veterinary medicine, as related to food safety and defense, more so Read More

Caroline McKinney ’16

Hometown: Naperville, IL Education: Vanderbilt University, B.A. in Medicine, Health, and Society (interdisciplinary major) and Minor in French Tufts fits me and my veterinary aspirations perfectly. At Tufts, I am able to explore the clinical skills that save animals’ lives while also developing my background in public health theory – establishing habits and relationships that Read More

Meera Sriram ’16

Cummings School was a natural progression from my past experiences. I graduated from Northwestern University with a double bachelor’s in Biological Sciences and Political Science in 2012. My concentration was in Developmental and Evolutionary Biology, which has given me a great foundation for comparative medicine. Throughout college, I interned at a local wildlife clinic, volunteered Read More

Anya Price ’16

Tufts University, Medford MA B.S. Biology-Psychology 2012 DVM class of 2016 Growing up in the greater Boston area, Tufts was a household name.  I aspired to be a veterinarian from an early age, and appreciated the outreach to the community and favorable reputation that Tufts enjoyed in Massachusetts.  Visiting the Cummings School campus, I was Read More