Geisel School of Medicine faculty
members are renowned not only
for their leadership in diverse facets of
medicine, but also for their personal
approach to teaching. They serve as your
instructors, role models, mentors, and
team-members in the clinic and in the lab.
They are vested in your success at school
and beyond and demonstrate their
commitment in many ways, whether it's
organizing a weekend review session or
you to their home for Thanksgiving dinner. As one student says, "The professors don't just have office hours from one to three on a Friday afternoon. Their doors are open all the time."
"It's a phenomenal learning environment."
"Dartmouth's Dartmouth's Geisel School and DHMC represent a seamless blend of collegiality and individual expertise that begins at the medical student level and extends to the highest level of faculty. There are free exchanges of ideas across broad topics, from ski racing and kayaking to cancer immunotherapy."
-Leslie DeMars, M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology
"The first- and second- year profs go out of their way to make sure
we're learning what we need to learn. And then when you get to the
hospitals and see them on the wards interacting with patients and
doing consults, it's even more inspiring."
—Rachel Kornik, Geisel Year Three
The fulltime on-site faculty-to-student ratio is about 2 to 1 • Students who are interested in a particular field of medicine are mentored by faculty members from that department who can provide residency and career advice