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Alumni of Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine are active citizens, and ambassadors of Tufts, who are working around the world to heal, help and improve the wellbeing of animals and humans alike.

Transformational Service Trips for Future Veterinarians

Cummings School alumni are helping veterinary students gain critical clinical skills while helping animals in need around the globe

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Tufts Institute of the Environment Marks Its Twentieth Anniversary

A program celebrating two decades of activism includes awards to Janetrix Hellen Amuguni and Jennifer Baldwin and a talk by U.S. Senator Edward Markey

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Why do animals go extinct?

Some 25 to 50% of animal species on Earth are expected to go extinct over the next 10 to 20 years. Dr. Chris Whittier, V97, director of our M.S. in conservation medicine program, explains why—and shares a glimmer of hope.

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A Big Leap for Curing Animals’ Injured Eyes

A technique borrowed from human medicine allows veterinarians to save damaged corneas in pets and horses

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Spider Monkey Mission

Cummings School alumni and faculty members team up to help a monkey victim of the illegal pet trade

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Keeping Your Dog Safe from Toxic Blue-Green Algae

What to do if you think your dog has been exposed to deadly cyanobacteria

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Hope for Dogs with Bone Cancer

Clinical trials at Cummings School seek to improve the treatments and prognosis for pets—and hopefully someday children—battling osteosarcoma

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Is scruffing the best way to handle an upset cat?

Veterinary behaviorist Stephanie Borns-Weil, V07, and emergency/critical care veterinary technician Michelle Damon from the Foster Hospital for Small Animals, respond

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Investigating Alternatives to Opioids for Dogs in Pain

Researchers from Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine launch a clinical study for dogs needing back surgery

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Giraffe’s Under Parasitic Attack?

Researchers study a skin disease spreading in wild giraffes to understand its cause and the potential threat to these endangered animals

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Amidst the hustle of another year well on its way, I hope you are feeling fulfilled in your important roles in your community. We are fortunate to have such latitude to apply our degrees in a variety of ways. Whether you are building your practices and creating places of high quality medicine, teaching and training the next generation of veterinarians, conducting research and developing methods that the rest of us will later utilize, or being a pillar of your community as "the other family doctor", I am proud and grateful to be your colleague and fellow Tufts alum. Read Dr. Holmes' full message to alumni

Dr. Katie Holmes

TUVAA President

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Veterinarians C.A.R.E.

The Veterinarians CARE (Companion Animals Remembered) Program provides veterinarians a unique way to commemorate their clients’ animals after they have passed away.

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OFFICE OF DEVELOPMENT AND ALUMNI RELATIONS

Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University
200 Westboro Road
North Grafton, MA 01536
Phone: (508) 839-7905

AVAILABLE 9AM TO 5PM

508-839-7905