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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.

The Alumni Office has many ways to get involved and stay connected—no matter where you are.

GO to an event or two.

Reconnect, learn, network, and reenergize your Tufts spirit at one of our events.

a gift.

Your gift—of any amount—will make a difference in the lives of veterinary students. Our annual fund provides critical support for financial aid, emergency student hardship, exceptional faculty, and more.

You may also choose to participate in our VetCARE Program by making a memorial gift to Cummings School in honor of your clients' pets.


HELP by sharing a little time.

Participate in a volunteer effort and feel great knowing you're helping to prepare the next generation of veterinarians.

In the News

Cummings School alumni around the globe are doing amazing work in the field of veterinary medicine. Read the articles below to learn more.

What Wildlife Cameras Tell Us About the Nation’s Mammals

Cummings School wildlife veterinarian and alumnus Chris Whittier, V97, took part in the first national mammal survey using wildlife cameras. Here’s what he found.

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Saving the Sea Turtles

When an extraordinary cold spell in Texas led to the largest sea turtle stranding in history. V86s Terry Norton and Thomas deMaar and others stepped in to help

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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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Teaching Vital Surgeries, One Pet in Need at a Time

Yuki Nakayama, V14, is helping Cummings School increase access to surgical care for pets whose owners otherwise couldn’t afford it—and giving students hands-on training in the process

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Investigating Cancer Treatments’ Effects on the Heart and Blood Vessels

Tufts’ human and veterinary medical researchers collaborate to prevent and better treat cardiovascular damage in people and pets who have survived cancer. Article features Vicky Yang V09 and Cheryl London V90

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Improving the Lives of Production Chickens

Animal advocate Nina Farley, VG12, finds common ground with large-scale farmers to prioritize the welfare of food animals

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Face Masks Pose a Health Risk to Animals

Catherine Stecyk, V18, a small-animal surgery resident at the Foster Hospital, talks more about this emerging problem and offers tips you can share with your clients to keep their pets safe

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Protecting Whales through Research and Public Policy

Alicia Pensarosa, VG18, puts her MAPP degree to work at Ocean Alliance as a whale researcher and educator

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Tufts University to lead $100M program to reduce risk of zoonotic viral spillover, spread

Congratulations to Drs. Hellen Amuguni VG11 A23P, Jeff Mariner V87, Felicia Nutter V93, and all the other project leaders who made this incredible grant possible

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The Quest for Justice: Improving Health

Among other alumni across Tufts health sciences schools, India Napier V20 talks about the importance of exposing elementary-school children from underrepresented groups to STEM programs

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