In a year that’s been like no other, it was more important than ever to take time to reflect and celebrate with medical school classmates. Reunion was a special opportunity to do just that.
In order to comply with COVID-related restrictions on group gatherings, this year’s reunion was a remote event. We created an interactive virtual venue that allowed alumni and guests the chance to be part of a meaningful and memorable experience from the safety and comfort of their homes.
Welcome to Reunion 2021! - Brendan McCarthy, MD, M97
Medical Education in the Time of COVID - Dean of Students Amy Kuhlik, MD, Dean for Educational Affairs Scott Epstein, MD, M84 and current students discuss how COVID has changed both the Tufts School of Medicine experience, and what it means to be a doctor.
Tufts’ Impact on Society - Our faculty share how they are using their expertise and ideas to fuel discoveries with the power to make real, lasting impact.
- Lyme Disease Research at Tufts - Linden Hu, MD, Vice Dean for Research, Co-director Tufts Lyme Disease Initiative
- Black Maternal Health and the MOTHER Lab - Ndidiamaka Amutah-Onukagha, PhD, Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion Department of Public Health & Community Medicine, Assoc. Professor of Public Health, Creator and Director of the MOTHER Lab
- Training Medical Students to Work in Underserved Communities - Keith Nokes, MD, Director of the Sam W. Ho Health Justice Scholars Program
Keynote: Reflections on the Pandemic – Editor-in-Chief of the New England Journal of Medicine, Eric Rubin, MD, PhD, M90, GBS90, shares his unique insights on the far-reaching impact of COVID-19, and the long-term ramifications of the pandemic.