The University Relations division, led by Senior Vice President and General Counsel Mary Jeka, comprises departments that serve the entire university community and act as liaisons to our host communities and the general public. The University Relations division enhances and protects Tufts' reputation by communicating the quality and distinctive identity of the university, safeguarding the university's legal interests, ensuring its commitment to equal opportunity and fostering positive relationships with government and the communities we serve.
Meldon is remembered for his empathy, humor and passion Jerry Meldon, an associate professor of chemical engineering and a Tufts faculty member since 1978, died on Tuesday when he drowned while swimming in a lake in North Carolina. He was 69. Jianmin Qu, dean of the School of Engineering, said Meldon was “a great asset […]
Long-running program introduces undergraduates from backgrounds underrepresented in medicine and science to biomedical research, mentors in the fieldUndergraduates from backgrounds typically underrepresented in biomedical science are at Tufts for Building Diversity in Biomedical Sciences, a 10-week program providing scientific seminars and research, workshops, and mentoring for students to learn more about careers in the field.
Study of canine mitral valve disease and congestive heart failure provides clues to target therapies in dogs and human mitral valve prolapse Researchers at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University have discovered important biomarkers in extracellular vesicles in dogs with myxomatous mitral valve disease and congestive heart failure. This is the first biomarker […]
Cummings School’s Kristen Antoon, one of 20 veterinary technicians in the country certified in cardiology, talks about the challenges and rewards of her workKristen Antoon, a veterinary technician at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine’s Foster Hospital for Small Animals, a year ago became the 20th certified veterinary technician specialist in cardiology in the United States.