• Individual

    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

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

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

  • Community

    Skating to a new career: Cherie Hendrickson left a high-flying Russian hockey team for Tufts’ physician assistant program. MORE>>

    U.S. medicine is not delivering the value it should, says alum Rishi Manchanda, who offers a prescription for the future. MORE>>

    Profile in Giving: Michael Och, M57, A81P, understands the challenges many students face when it comes to getting a medical education. MORE>>

    Michael Och, MD
  • World

    Learn more about our Health Communication master's degree, certificate, and professional development courses from alumni and faculty.  WATCH VIDEO>>

    Whether at home in Boston or on the ground in West Africa, epidemiologist Nahid Bhadelia, J99, F04, M05, takes a big-picture approach to stemming the spread of Ebola. MORE>>

    Nahid Bhadelia

    For newly appointed Chief Diversity Ofiicer Mark Brimhall-Vargas, a career focusing on social justice is the natural progression of his life’s circumstances. MORE>>

    Mark Brimhall-Vargas