- Survey: Despite Similar Levels of Vaccine Hesitancy, White People More Likely to Be Vaccinated Than Black People
New nationwide survey by Tufts University researchers finds those most hesitant are younger, less educated and more likely to trust former President Donald Trump; also finds racial divide in access to vaccine
As an advocate for women and people of color, she looks forward to beginning her career—and eventually becoming a physician
Shreevidya Periyasamy found fascination in bringing answers to health care professionals
Amutah-Onukagha, PhD, MPH, CHES, associate professor, has been appointed the Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for the Public Health and Professional Degree Programs
Behind countless medical and public health breakthroughs are the translators, problem-solvers, and artists of the biological sciences—also known as biostatisticians
We are happy to announce that plans are currently under way to resume in-person instruction starting in the Fall 2021 semester for the Public Health programs and the MS in Biomedical Sciences program.
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
One of our responsibilities in public health is to hold our health care system accountable for meeting the needs of the population. While it has been encouraging, in the aftermath of the George Floyd murder, to see new efforts among medical institutions and leaders to respond to societal, systemic racism, we still have a long way to go.