This year’s TUSDM Bates-Andrews Research Day is scheduled for Wednesday, March 6, 2019.
Students who wish to present posters of their research at Bates Day are asked to submit a complete abstract of their work no later than January 18, 2019. Submissions for Bates Day must represent COMPLETED projects. Works-in-progress will not be accepted. Please be reminded that students who received funding to do research this year are required to present their research at Bates Day.
Additional information and guidelines for abstracts and poster preparation are available on the Presentation Resources page of the Dental Research Administration website: https://sites.tufts.edu/dentalresearch/resources/presenting-publishing/
For our first event this semester, we are going to be attending this months Boston Healthcare Fellowship forum discussion, Religion and Medicine: Should they Mix? The discussion is free for us to attend, and is even followed with a dinner and discussion amongst your dinner table afterwards.
Posted below is the link about the discussion. This will provide all of the details for you to read more about the topic and to sign-up (again, the discussion and dinner are completely free)!
If you do plan to attend, in addition to RSVP’ing on the EVENBRITE page, please put your name and email in the google doc also posted below for us to reach out to you on meeting at Tufts at 6pm and traveling together. We will jump on the green line for less than a 20 minute commute!
We hope many of you can commit to attending such an interesting forum with other members of Tufts CMDA. Please reach out to us if you have any questions!
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You are invited to an Opening Reception for Stigma Unstuck: A Mental Health Art Series at Tufts on Thursday, January 24th at 5-7:30 p.m. in the 4th floor of the Collaborative Learning & Innovation Complex, CLIC Bldg. 574 Boston Ave, Medford. Refreshments will be served, and all are welcome to attend. To attend please click here to RSVP.
This event highlights the installation of The Many Faces of Mental Health, conceived of by artist Lynda Cutrell working in collaboration with partners from science and journalism, to address issues of stigma and mental illness. Large scale portraits, three-dimensional sculptures, video installations and paintings, as well as white boards for capturing viewers reactions, will be on view across all four floors of the CLIC building
Stigma Unstuck: A Mental Health Art Series at Tufts is a multi-event art and film series aimed at bringing greater awareness and understanding to mental health issues to facilitate shifts in attitudes that perpetuate stigma and discrimination in our community.
The deadline to apply for the Jewish Federation Academic Scholarship Program is February 1, 2019. For questions on eligibility and the application process please contact JVSscholarship@JVSChicago.org or call them at 312.673.3444 .
Network with 20+ employers. Learn about job opportunities. All class years are welcome to attend. Log into Career Link to see list of employers attending.
Join the Sharewood Dental Project to provide dental screenings, oral health education, and fluoride varnish applications at the interprofessional student-run Sharewood Project. Dinner will be provided!
Want to become an expert in dental aesthetics? Come to this event and learn from the best!