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.
It’s often said that cancer doesn’t discriminate, but researchers are investigating how certain disparities may influence risk of specific types of cancer. A veterinary anatomic pathologist, Arlin B. Rogers, DVM, PhD, is the principal investigator… Read More
Rocky’s owner couldn’t afford the care her husky needed. Then she found out about Tufts at Tech, which offers provides low-cost care for family pets within Central Massachusetts’ underserved communities. Dr. Casey Connors (V15) determined a diagnosis that saved Rocky and taught the young veterinary students invaluable lessons.
“We don’t think this is going to cure liver cancer, but it might help prevent it,” says Arlin Rogers. “History shows the best way to reduce the burden of cancer is to stop it from occurring in the first place.” Tufts researcher finds that the hormone prolactin may help prevent the disease.
An Interdisciplinary Team Approach to Hepatobiliary Disease At the Tufts Foster Hospital for Small Animals at the Cummings School Veterinary Medicine, we rely heavily on a talented team of veterinary specialists to help treat small… Read More
Tufts’ Clinical Oncology Team The clinical oncology service at Tufts’ Foster Hospital is comprised of veterinary oncologists, residents and technicians who work together as a team. The oncologists work closely with the surgery service, which has… Read More