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Hope in the Genome

How researchers found a flawed gene deep in the DNA of boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

We Are Sharewood

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

The Visionary

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

Edible Arrangements

What you need to know about marijuana-dosed foods.

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. 

Love Match

Match Day 2017 found some Tufts couples breathing a sigh of relief because they’ll be able to stay together. 

Promising Futures

Two Maine Medical Center faculty members received KL2 awards.

In for the Long Haul

Why Joseph Bravoco, M14, gives back to the School of Medicine.

Unanticipated Outcomes

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

My Pain, My Passion

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

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Jan 22, 2018Why Education in Prison Matters

Symposium organized by the Tufts University Prison Initiative at Tisch College will feature prisoner...

Jan 19, 2018Will the Olympics Calm Nuclear Tensions?

As North Korea plans to send athletes and performers to South Korea, Fletcher’s Sung-Yoon Lee warn...

Jan 18, 2018Mass Starvation as a Political Weapon

A new book by a Fletcher research professor details the history—and future—of famine around the ...


Hot Spot Hunting

To target hepatitis C prevention efforts, researchers had to find areas where transmission risk was the highest.

A New Hope

This just-discovered pathway in the brain may hold promise for improving schizophrenia treatment.