• Individual

    The art of listening: Tufts redoubles its emphasis on teaching medical students how to do it right. MORE>>

    Naomi Steiner and her colleagues find computer-based exercises significantly improve the ability to pay attention. MORE>>

    Student Service Scholars Program's four-year scholarships help medical students focus on service. MORE>>

  • Community

    Sackler School alum Elizabeth Kong, PhD'10, is the inaugural manager of the new Hall of Human Life at Boston’s Museum of Science. MORE>>

    Twenty-three 2014 TUSM graduates inducted into Honos Civicus, Tisch College’s unique honors society for active citizens. MORE>>

    When we eat even though we don’t need to, our minds are playing tricks on us, says Emmanuel Pothos. MORE>>
    Emmanuel Pothos
  • World

    Military service is too often left out of the patient’s medical profile argues Henry Klapholz, a long-time physician and dean for clinical affairs. MORE>>
    Henry Klapholz

    Students share their CSL stories of volunteering in the community, serving the homeless, prisoners and at-risk youth with Tufts Now. MORE>>

    Tufts Institute for Innovation has great expectations for tackling some of the world’s formidable public health problems. MORE>>