Contact Us

Location 

Lower Level Health Service
124 Professor Row
Medford, MA 02155
617-627-3351

Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Staff

Ian L. Wong, MSPH

Director, Department of Health Promotion and Prevention
Education: University of California, San Diego; University of Massachusetts, Amherst,  Master of Science in Public Health 
Areas of Interest: Public Health, Substance Abuse Prevention, Evaluation, Research, Community Health, Mindfulness, Social Emotional Learning and Emotional Intelligence
Contact: 617-627-5495; Ian.Wong@tufts.edu

Cecile Fagan 

Administrative Assistant
Contact: 617-627-3351; Cecile.Fagan@tufts.edu

 
 

Audrey Evers

Undergraduate Intern

Majors:  Psychology ad Community Health, Class of 2019

Primary area of work: Mindfulness-based stress reduction and emotional intellegince with athletes at Tufts

Activities on Campus: Varsity Women's Lacrosse

 

Ben Rutberg

Undergraduate Intern

Majors:  Community Health, Class of 2019

Primary area of work: Substance Use and Students in Recovery

Interests: Mental health and substance abuse prevention, Cartoons

 

 

 

Catherine Forster

Undergraduate Intern

Majors:  Psychology, Class 2019

Primary area of work: Tobacco cessation, education and resources

Interests: Committee on Regugees from El Salvador (CORES)

 

Make an Appointment
To schedule a meeting with Ian Wong, contact Cecile Fagan at 617-627-3351.

Schedule a required alcohol or drug meeting
Students who are found responsible for a violation of the Tufts Alcohol and Drug policy is required to meet with a staff member from the Office of Health Promotion and Prevention. This meeting is opportunity for you to you reflect on your alcohol and/or drug use in an open and supportive environment. To schedule a meeting, contact Cecile Fagan at 617-627-3351. She will reserve a one hour time with Health Promotion and Prevention staff. Please arrive on time to your scheduled meeting.

During the meeting, you will be asked to complete a brief screening which includes a discussion of incident/concern to which you were referred to. Health Promotion staff may also make additional referrals to Counseling and Mental Health Services or local resources.