TUFTS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
Over a three-year period I was the primary writer of cover features, secondary articles, and profiles for this advancement publication, eventually assuming many editorial responsibilities as well.
What is Your Problem? For this article, the photographer and I sat in on a behavioral consultation for Floyd, the dog featured in the story. The dog’s hair trigger was as unsettling for the clinician as for us.
For this issue I also began a series on translational medicine, starting with research into liver disease processes that affect animals and humans in similar ways.
Forging Healthy Partnerships This three-in-one feature on farm animal medicine took me to a small dairy farm in rural Connecticut at the tail end of February, with mud season in full sway (yes, I wore my boots).
For this issue I also wrote about a patent-pending device to detect waterborne pathogens, and RNAi-based research on schistosomes.