The Master of Science in Conservation Medicine (MCM) at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine is a twelve-month interdisciplinary program designed to provide the training, foundational knowledge, and skills necessary for real world conservation efforts. Graduates… Read More
The Center for Disease Control hosts a biennial Veterinary Student Day, offering students the chance to explore opportunities for veterinarians in the field of public health. This year Cummings School was represented by 19 students and one faculty member. These are their takeaways.
In August 2013, Patricia Campbell, executive vice president of Tufts University, and John Morgan, D.D.S., an associate professor at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, traveled to Kigali, Rwanda to participate in an Oral Health… Read More
Education: • B.S. Evolutionary Biology & Ecology, University of Rochester, 2005 • M.S. Conservation Medicine, Tufts University, 2013 Current Position: I am an Informatics Specialist with Boston Benefit Partners, LLC. What were you doing before… Read More
Tufts faculty help train a global workforce to halt infectious diseases like Ebola and Zika virus The Ebola pandemic presents a pretty good argument that preparing for outbreaks of infectious disease is more effective and… Read More
With the end of the semester, we wanted to acknowledge how fortunate we are to have guest faculty from other top institutions contribute their unique perspectives to our conservation medicine program. In the MCM Health,… Read More