Winter 2019

The Gift of Education

More students can attend medical school, thanks to term-scholarship donors.

Term scholarships—non-endowed, named scholarships established for a set number of years and seeded annually >>

Comic Relief

Get to know the fledgling graphic medicine genre.

Hirsh Health Sciences Library recently unveiled a new section devoted to graphic novels that >>

Leveling the Playing Field for All Patients

How health-care pros can combat bias.

At a time when homicide is the leading cause of death for African American >>

PAs Go Global

Physician assistant students are getting a new worldview, thanks to a clinical rotation in South Africa.

When Jennifer Nunes, MG19 (MPH/PA), first heard about a pilot clinical rotation for Tufts >>

Why We Give

David Farber, M95, and Muhammad "Mo" Feteiha, M95

Farber and Feteiha rallied classmates to establish the Mark A. Engleman, M.D., Class of >>

Getting in Tune

Like jazz, doctor-patient relationships require a healthy dose of improvisation.

As I trained to become a doctor, I thought one of my goals should >>

Give Paws

Connor O’Boyle, MG17, M21, and his golden retriever visit pediatric patients at the Floating Hospital for Children.

For an hour every Sunday, Connor O’Boyle, MG17 (MBS), M21, and Dublin, his three-year-old >>

Top Stories

Antimicrobial Resistance Fighters

A new Tufts center is cracking down on one of the biggest global health concerns.

Amplifying Tufts’ Impact

By fostering collaborations, Tufts CTSI brings scientific discoveries to the clinic and beyond.

The Music Man

For over three decades, the biggest country stars—Johnny Cash, Larry Gatlin, Wynonna Judd, and Mandy Moore—have trusted one team with their most previous instruments: Robert Ossoff and the Vanderbilt Voice Center.

Snapchat Depression

Why has the rate of teenage depression and anxiety doubled in a generation? A School of Medicine psychiatry professor says the answer is in our pockets.

Editor's Picks

Outsmarting Cholera

A cellular process identified by Tufts scientists could combat a half-century pandemic.

Do Immigrants Drain the U.S. Health-Care System?

A new study from Lila Flavin, M19, uncovers a surprising answer.

Getting in Tune

Like jazz, doctor-patient relationships require a healthy dose of improvisation.

A New Leader at Tufts Medical Center

Michael Apkon has big plans for the Boston institution.