Gun violence continues to have reverberating effects on our communities and our nation. The CDC reports that every day, eighty-three children in the U.S. are injured or killed by firearms. But there is hope. Gun violence is a public health issue, amenable to the tools and methods of disease prevention.
The Tufts Lyme Disease Challenge on November 1 seeks to bring together students and faculty from disparate fields to brainstorm new and innovative ways to tackle one of the fastest growing infectious diseases in the country.
After ten years as Dean of Tufts University School of Medicine, Dr. Harris Berman announces that he will be stepping down at the end of this calendar year.
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The Tufts University Master of Public Health Program arms you with the academic foundation and practical skills you need to make a difference in the community and around the globe.
The online Master of Science in Informatics & Analytics provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to start or advance a career in the emerging field of health informatics and analytics.
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