Guidance and information for the Tufts School of Medicine community around COVID-19.
A true reckoning with our nation’s racism: why the fight against racism and work to protect the public’s health are so inextricably linked.
The university announces initiatives to address racism and give greater support for diversity
The Schools of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering fall semester begins September 8 with undergraduates on campus; graduate and professional schools’ plans announced, too
- Two-thirds of African Americans know someone mistreated by police, and 22% report mistreatment in past year
Survey by Tufts University researchers also finds 42% of Latinos and 27% of Whites know victims of police mistreatment
Scientists collaborate to understand the coronavirus, from how it is transmitted to the disparity of its harm
Tufts researchers to study how sex and gender affect individuals’ risk of worse outcomes from COVID-19
School of Medicine student volunteers fight the pandemic from behind the scenes
Whether applying public health lessons or pivoting from nutrition or veterinary research, these students are using their skills to promote safety and awareness in communities