Anyone who thinks conservation work isn’t exciting hasn’t thrown vaccine-laced bait from a helicopter in the name of rabies control. Or, spent a year in Australia battling frog fungus. Or, climbed into caves in search… Read More
For Dr. Akram Da’darah, a molecular biologist, it’s his love of laboratory science, the opportunity to solve everyday challenges in the lab and ability to impart his real-life lab work to Cummings School students that inspire him.
Dr. Marieke Rosenbaum has found a unique approach to combine her interest in human and animal health—working to improve public health in low- and middle-income nations, while nurturing students to have a positive impact on global health.
Florina Tseng, DVM, wears many hats. A celebrated expert in wildlife medicine, Dr. Tseng serves as an Associate Professor and Associate Chair of the Department of Infectious Disease and Global Health. She’s also on the… Read More
I am a veterinarian with training in infectious disease research and a research assistant professor at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. My primary research interests are zoonotic diseases and international health. I enjoy working on… Read More