Sackler School students can participate in a variety of activities through different student clubs and organizations. Information on these activities can be found on the webpages of the different organizations.
Graduate Student Council
The Graduate Student Council is the voice of the graduate students of the Sackler School. The Council is composed of two representatives from each Sackler School Program, plus an MD/PhD program representative. The committee meets monthly to addresses academic and student life issues and to plan social and community service events.
Biomedical Business Club
The Tufts Biomedical Business Club (TBBC) is an active, business-oriented organization of scientists and physician scientists. They focus on interactions with business leaders in health and life sciences and support a robust program of speakers. The group also sponsors the New England Case Competition.
Tufts New England Case Competition
Tufts New England Case Competition is an annual event that brings trainees from across to United States and is the only case competition in the New England area that focuses on the life sciences industry. The competition is held in August each year and focuses on a structured problem related to life sciences.
Tufts Biomedical Queer Alliance
Tufts Biomedical Queer Alliance connects and supports the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) community at the Tufts University Health Sciences Campus in Boston.
Students can form other groups and apply for support for their activities through the Graduate Student Council. These organizations reflect the interests of the current student population and can change annually.