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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.

clinical veterinarian staff performing a mouth swab on a ferret

Keeping an Eye on the Human-Animal Interface

Thursday, February 18th, 2021

Infectious disease researchers Kaitlin Sawatzki, Nichola Hill, and Wendy Puryear spoke with Nature’s LabAnimal on viral surveillance at the human-animal interface.

clinical veterinarian staff performing a mouth swab on a ferret

Researchers study dogs for clues about cancer treatment side effects

Monday, February 15th, 2021

WCVB Boston Research assistant professor Vicky Yang talks to WCVB Boston about work with Tufts Medical Center to study cancer treatment side effects in dogs and people. Read full article here: https://www.wcvb.com/article/tufts-researchers-study-dogs-for-clues-about-cancer-treatment-side-effects/35448773

Golden Retriever

Pets are helping us cope during the pandemic—but that may be stressing them out

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021

National Geographic National Geographic quotes clinical associate professor Emily McCobb and assistant professor Megan Mueller on the relationship between people and pets during the pandemic. Read full story here: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/2021/02/pets-are-helping-us-cope-during-the-pandemic/

Girl playing with her dog on the playground stock photo

What Happens If COVID-19 Infects Wild Animals?

Monday, January 25th, 2021

Tufts researchers are testing species from bats to seals to see if it’s being spread—and explain how the virus could establish a wildlife reservoir. Click to Read Full Article:https://now.tufts.edu/articles/what-happens-if-covid-19-infects-wild-animals

mink in the wild staring out between two rocks

Good news and bad news about senior horse care

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2020

EQUUS Magazine features a Cummings School study that found caring for a geriatric horse with a chronic health condition can take a toll on caregivers.

Head shot of beautiful gray horse looking into the distance in the english countryside.