Summer 2017

Edible Arrangements

What you need to know about marijuana-dosed foods.

In the first quarter of 2014—the year Colorado made it legal to sell recreational >>

Gut Check

How Tufts researchers are using tissue engineering to target enteric diseases. 

Across the world, diarrheal diseases are important causes of morbidity and mortality. Now, with >>

Laurels

Claire Moore has been named to the Natalie V. Zucker Professorship, an endowed position >>

Promising Futures

Two Maine Medical Center faculty members received KL2 awards.

Alexa Craig, a neonatal and pediatric neurologist, and Teresa May, a pulmonary and neurocritical >>

Unanticipated Outcomes

You never know just where a career in medicine will take you. 

When Dr. Jerome Kassirer left the editorship of the New England Journal of Medicine in 1999, >>

Top Stories

The Hunt for Hope in the Genome

Three decades ago, a team of researchers—including future Tufts President Anthony P. Monaco—combed through millions of DNA letters to find the flawed gene responsible for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Here’s how their work led to the first-ever FDA-approved drug for treating the deadly disease.

We Are Sharewood: An Oral History

The inside story of one of the country’s first free, student-run medical treatment centers.

Fighting Treacherous Bacteria

Inside Aimee Shen’s quest to eradicate a potentially deadly infection.

Edible Arrangements

What you need to know about marijuana-dosed foods.

Editor's Picks

The Visionary

Outgoing Sackler School Dean Naomi Rosenberg has left her mark on science—and the next generation.

My Pain, My Passion

How a Tufts alum’s illness became her life’s work. 

Classrooms of the Future

Help equip tomorrow’s doctors with the learning tools they need today. 

Gut Check

How Tufts researchers are using tissue engineering to target enteric diseases.