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  • Lung X-ray images, from left, of COVID-19, normal, and viral pneumonia patients.
    Software developed at Tufts has been successful at identifying COVID-19 pneumonia in more than 99 percent of the X-ray images it processes.
  • Sara Rudolph at her laptop
    PhD student Sara Rudolph and classmates in her Medicinal Chemistry class quickly pivoted to studying COVID-19 this spring.
  • Jim Lawton headshot
    Tufts alumnus Jim Lawton offers words of advice to computer science students graduating during an uncertain time.
  • Prison bars shown in shadow on a prison floor.
    A new Tufts group, including computer science major Grace Fagan, draws attention to the spread of coronavirus in prisons, jails, immigration detention centers, and juvenile facilities.
  • Cybersecurity Susan Landau
    Cybersecurity Professor Susan Landau, Department of Computer Science and the Fletcher School, joins colleagues to explain the importance of equity in contact tracing.
  • exterior view of the science and engineering complex at Tufts University

    Tufts School of Engineering members and colleagues work together to support medical workers, protect vulnerable populations, and to share knowledge.

  • Chris Brady and Dylan Thorp, MSEM ’22
    MSEM students Chris Brady and Dylan Thorp are contributing to their employer's efforts to meet ventilator needs.
  • Jean Phuong Pham pitches her team’s idea
    Leaders of budding businesses share lessons learned when COVID-19 moved the Tufts $100k New Ventures Competition online.
  • Earn Khunpinit and avia by Union Alcohol
    While in COVID-19 travel-related quarantine, Earn Khunpinit, MSIM ’20, worked to ensure disadvantaged communities had access to affordable, high-quality sanitizing solutions.
  •  Jan Sliwa demonstrating scuba mask
    Tufts engineering student William Liu and medical school alum Jan Sliwa were part of a bicoastal effort to repurpose snorkeling diving masks for emergency and operating room doctors.

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