See how our alumni feel about our school. Read some of their recent comments.
Monette Cotreau, PPET, 1999
"I’m so thankful to be a member of the Tufts GSBS family. MMC Biopartners would never have been possible without the outstanding education, mentoring, and continued support that I have received from Tufts."
Monette is the founder and president of MMC Biopartners which she established after two decades leading development teams in large pharma and smaller biotechs, and across multiple therapeutic areas including oncology, rare diseases, women's health, and inflammatory diseases.
Adrienne Boire, Biochemistry, 2004
"I am terribly grateful for the training that I received at Tufts. My career path was a little non-traditional, but I ended up exactly where I wanted to be: running a lab as a physician-scientist, studying a disease in my lab and in my clinic. I am terribly happy! Of course I am more than willing to help out our community in any way that I can- please do not hesitate to call on me if needed."
Adrienne is an Assistant Member in the Human Oncology and Pathogenesis Program at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
David Greenwald, Genetics, 2009
"Earning a Ph.D. at Tufts is a rewarding experience in many ways; the didactic coursework brings you up to speed on the latest scientific technologies, the close working relationship with Tufts Medical Center and the Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development provides valuable perspectives on the larger healthcare industry, and the location in the heart of Boston offers access to the most vibrant innovation ecosystem in the world"
Dave is VP for Business Development, Deerfield Management, New York, and the former Director of Business Development at Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures.
Elizabeth Smith, CMDB, 2018
"I wanted to take the time to thank you for all of your mentorship while I was a student and a postdoc at Tufts (oh and I cant forget PREP!). The emphasis that you have on offering career path development is so important and makes a huge impact on the student body. The workshop with Sarah has been vital for me finding and landing my dream job here at Promega."
Liz is a Field Client Support Specialist at Promega.
Michaela Tolman, Neuroscience, 2018
"What to watch in the world of graduate biomedical education? Dean Daniel Jay. I (almost) wish I were at the beginning of my graduate student career again, just to take part in all of the great opportunities he is supporting at our school. If you want to help fuel discovery, invest in young scientists."
Michaela is a Life Sciences Consultant at Putnam Associates.
Carrie Hui Mingalone, CMDB, 2018
I" just read your letter in "The Goods" today, and I wanted to write and say "thank you" for all that you are doing to drive the school forward through focusing on core skills that really allows a community develop and become stronger. I truly appreciate that you are making changes to the school from the inside out to help Tufts build the reputation of scientific excellence through strong mentorship. I cannot tell you how many times I thought "YES!" to myself as I was reading your letter today. I have so much respect for your ability to challenge people to self reflect and think beyond our comfort zone, enabling us to grow into better versions of ourselves. So thank you so much for all that you are doing!"
Carrie is a Life Sciences Consultant at Putnam Associates.
Tauqeer Karim, MD, CTS, 2003
"It has been an honor and privilege for me to have attended this school, which was a stepping stone for career enhancement. I enjoyed every moment of my stay. During my career in the industry, our school has been a source of courage and inspiration to achieve success."
Tauqeer is Vice President and Drug Device Safety Officer at Fresenius Medical Care, North America.