Center for Conservation Medicine

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The Tufts Center for Conservation Medicine (TuftsCCM) was established in 1997 and "addresses the health relationships occurring at the interface of humans, animals, and the environment, working to achieve overall ecosystem health. Human development, population growth, and modern technologies inevitably lead to altered landscapes, increased demands on limited resources, and decreased land, air and water quality. The cumulative impact of these issues takes form as emerging disease, species extinction, and health implications for wildlife, domestic animals, and humans. Our work is designed with the ultimate goals of affecting change toward a secure quality of life for all species and developing solutions for humans to harmoniously and sustainably coexist with other species...

"TuftsCCM is a founding member of the Consortium for Conservation Medicine." [1]


Accessed December 2008: [2]

Associate Faculty



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  1. About, Center for Conservation Medicine, accessed December 2, 2008.
  2. Faculty, Center for Conservation Medicine, accessed December 2, 2008.