School of Medicine News
Behind countless medical and public health breakthroughs are the translators, problem-solvers, and artists of the biological sciences—also known as biostatisticians
Guidance and information for the Tufts School of Medicine community around COVID-19.
As the world becomes increasingly urban, Tufts faculty examine inequities that drive chronic poverty, poor health, and discrimination
John Leung, MD, an assistant professor at Tufts University School of Medicine and an allergist and gastroenterologist at Tufts Medical Center, fills us in
"I came to Tufts with a background in molecular biology and neuroscience from Princeton University. I knew a lot about molecules and cells, but I didn’t really see the full picture. Medical school gave me perspective."
As they learn where they will spend their first years as physicians, graduating MD students look back on their Tufts journeys
Elise Steinberger, M20, was far from home when the novel coronavirus became a serious threat
President Biden’s chief medical advisor tells a large Tufts audience about vaccines and why smart public policy is so important for health
"I’m on the Anti-Racism Task Force for the medical school. I worked on the curriculum for the first- and second-year students and made recommendations to faculty. I’m glad to be able to say a great amount of material has been changed."