The Master of Infectious Disease and Global Health (MSIDGH) program at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University offers students the chance to choose a mentor they’d like to work with throughout the one-year… Read More
Dr. Gillian Beamer recognizes that everyone learns differently and adapts her teaching approach as needed. She has an open door policy and brings some out of the box teaching techniques to the classroom.
Walk into Dr. Abhineet Sheoran’s office and you’re as likely to have him show you his latest research findings that he has pinned to his wall as you are to hear an endearing story about one of his two teenage daughters.
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.
Graduate-level training, didactic lectures, and debate are all part of the fast-paced Masters of Infectious Disease and Global Health (MSIDGH) program. Source: http://cummingsvoices.tufts.edu/2016/12/a-week-in-the-life-of-msidgh/
After graduating from college in her native Puerto Rico with a double major in biology and industrial microbiology, Griselle Martinez chose to pursue her Master of Science in Infectious Disease and Global Health (MS IDGH)… Read More