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Study by Tufts University researchers of U.S. metropolitan areas over 40 years shows strong links between residential segregation and disparities in early death rates from common causes
Two students in Tufts’ Physician Assistant program at the School of Medicine discuss their time in the service and how it connects to their current training
STOP Spillover is strengthening our capacity to reduce the risks of emerging pathogens
Emerging research is adding to our knowledge of how lifestyle choices can help prevent and slow the progression of cognitive decline as we age
Iris Jaffe and Saloni Dev from the School of Medicine among recipients of grants
Tufts University School of Medicine teams and collaborators are running multiple projects that seek to reduce overdoses and the spread of infections, such as HIV and hepatitis C, in people who use drugs
"I am fascinated by the way we deliver, or fail to deliver, health care in this country. I’ve been particularly committed to figuring out how to make the system work better for our most vulnerable citizens."
Meet Silas Pearman, MA, DrPH, clinical associate professor in the Department of Public Health and Community Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine.
Asian American and Pacific Islander faculty members investigate their backgrounds to find the roots of their academic and intellectual pursuits