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Author: Cummings School News Staff

Tufts in Sweet 16 for STAT Madness

Tuesday, March 16th, 2021

Sameer Sonkusale and his group’s research on a pill that samples gut microbes is still in the running for best innovations in biomedicine, and needs your vote

Racing to save humans through animal research

Monday, March 15th, 2021

Professor Jonathan Runstadler comments on his lab’s work studying SARS-CoV-2 and the potential for transmission between humans and animals in a @avmajournals story about the contributions from veterinary researchers around the virus

Dog Swab testing on black Labrador retriever for COVID-19 in Dr. Jonathan Runstadler's Laboratory

Remembering Jim Ross

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021

For 24 years at Tufts, this founding father of the small-animal medical curriculum fought for the best training possible on behalf of both his students and patients

black and white of Jim Ross posing with 3 dogs

Fixing the Plight of a Pony

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021

When Pippa dislocated her hock in a training accident, the injury looked gruesome, but a veterinarian expert in healing fractures was optimistic she could recover.

Pippa, a small brown and white pony standing in a fenced in area

What just swooped toward the bird feeder?

Thursday, February 25th, 2021

Clinical associate professor Maureen Murray, V03, spoke with The Boston Globe about the most common injuries Tufts Wildlife Clinic treats in Cooper’s hawks

Cooper’s Hawk (accipiter cooperii) perched while hunting

Healing a Fractured Tibia

Monday, February 22nd, 2021

When a 3-week-old filly was diagnosed with a broken leg, her owners feared the worst. But new technology and veterinary expertise brought them hope.

Renaud family posing with their Percheron mare and her filly, Ruby in a field.