Justine Ramos

Combining Creativity and Care

Published author and student in the Entry-Level Occupational Therapy program Justine Ramos has found community and inspiration at Tufts.
Cecilia Hinojosa

Shining a Light on the Biological Origins of PTSD

Cecilia Hinojosa, Phd in Psychology '21, is the first author on a new research paper which finds a brain marker that indicates vulnerability to developing post-traumatic stress disorder. Hinojosa is now a postdoctoral researcher at Emory University.
Jordan Good

A Puzzling Pattern

MA student in Music Jordan Good’s varied interests stretch across disciplines. But they all come down to a common thread
Michael Slepian, AG14

Keeping Secrets Can Make You Sick

Sometimes a secret is harmless, but hiding infidelity or other lies may lead to physical and emotional damage, according to a new book from Psychology doctoral alum Michael Slepian, AG14. Opening up to the right people can help.
illustration of incarcerated students

Learning Ethics in Prison

As part of the Tufts Prison Initiative, Susan Russinoff, Distinguished Senior Lecturer, and undergraduate and graduate Philosophy students held an Ethics Bowl with incarcerated students