On Friday, June 12th from 12-1pm, the class of 2015 Leadership Preventive Medicine residents and fellows will partake in informal conversations, as they share their work at our annual Poster Session. Lunch will be provided. Presenters include: Aamir Gilani, MD, MPH “Interdisciplinary rounds on the medicine floors”; Poonam Khadka, MD, MPH “Improving the value of diabetes care by increasing my D-H utilization in the Endocrinology clinic”; Zsolt Kulcsar, DO, MPH “TeleRheumatology improves access and benefits patients”; John Matulis, DO, MPH “Choosing Wisely: Decreasing unnecessary preoperative testing in the section of General Internal Medicine”; Josh Pelley, MD, MPH “Reducing overuse of proton pump inhibitors in orthopedic inpatients”; Alina Robert, MD, MPH “Improving radiation safety in the cardiac catheterization laboratory”; Katie Shea, MD, MPH “Improving behavioral health care in the pediatric medical home”; John Wuchenich, MD, MPH “Improving smoking cessation and nicotine withdrawal treatment for hospital patients at D-H”.
Seminar – Biomedical Foundation Grants: A Stepping Stone to NIH Research and a Rich Source for Career Development GrantsPosted: May 26th, 2015
There are 86,192 foundations in the United States holding $715 billion in assets and they distributed a record $52 billion in 2012. A good portion of this funding was directed to biomedical research and healthcare. In FY15 to date, 27 Geisel/Dartmouth Hitchcock researchers have been awarded a total of $10,333,505 in foundation grants. These grants represent basic, clinical, and translational science; curriculum development; global health; and scholarships. Awards are often segmented for young, mid-career, and established investigators, and a subset of these grants are intended to prepare researchers for federal funding. SYNERGY and the Norris Cotton Cancer Center will be hosting a seminar to review medical research foundations and summarize them according to their areas of funding and their types of awards. Read the rest of this entry »
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On Monday, June 1, the Dartmouth Chapter of the Benjamin Rush Institute will be hosting a debate on the legal and ethical question of physician-assisted suicide, also known as physician aid in dying. The event is co-sponsored by the Geisel Ethics Program of Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine. It is free and open to the public.
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Please join Interim Dean Duane Compton for the 2015 State of the Medical School Address & Geisel Academy of Master Educators induction ceremony. The event will be held in Kellogg Auditorium on Thursday, May 28 at 5:30 PM.
As a reminder, members of the Geisel Academy of Master Educators are nominated by their fellow Geisel faculty because of their demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching and medical education. Academy members are leaders in medical education innovation here at Geisel, educating students and residents, and raising the overall quality of education by mentoring faculty and residents in their quest to become better teachers.
Dartmouth SYNERGY and Norris Cotton Cancer Center are co-sponsoring a seminar on grant writing, featuring two experienced Grant Managers at Dartmouth who will tell you everything that goes into an Research (R) grant. In particular, they will examine what documents are needed for a typical R01, R21 and R03 grant, the forms required for the NIH, and will also briefly discuss budgets. The discussion will also include how the new upgrade of Rapport will be used for all grant applications, and what this means to the PI and Grant administrators. This is a great seminar for new and early-stage PIs and Postdocs.
David S. Jevsevar MD, MBA, has been appointed interim chair of the Department of Orthopaedics. Jevsevar is an assistant professor at Geisel and has served as vice chair of the department since joining Dartmouth-Hitchcock six months ago. He will serve as interim chair as a search committee is convened to fill the position permanently.
Dr. Jevsevar is a 1984 graduate of St. Vincent College in Latrobe, PA. He earned his medical degree in 1988 from Georgetown University, and an MBA from Auburn University in 2004. He trained in residencies in orthopaedic surgery at Tufts University and Allegeny General Hospital; he also earned a research fellowship in the Neuman Laboratory at MIT and at the Biomotion Laboratory at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Don’t miss the Biomedical Libraries workshops scheduled for the month of May! The workshops cover a multitude of topics, ranging from learning to use PubMED, creating posters in PowerPoint and much more. Visit this link to view the full workshop details and schedule: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~library/biomed/services/workshops.html.
The Geisel School of Medicine Class of 2018 would like to invite the Geisel community to a memorial service held in honor of those who so selflessly donate their bodies to the Anatomical Gifts Program at Geisel. The ceremony will be held at Rollins Chapel in Hanover on Thursday, May 14 at 5:00 PM.
Please RSVP by May 7 to Colleen King at Colleen.B.King@Dartmouth.edu or the Anatomy department at (603) 650-1636.
The Mood Disorders Service at the Geisel School of Medicine will be hosting an Out of the Darkness 5K charity walk to benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) on Saturday, May 2, 2015. Individuals can sign up as volunteers or as walkers (you can make teams, join our team, or register as an individual walker) at this link: http://afsp.donordrive.com/event/dartmouth/
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is at the forefront of research, advocacy, education and prevention initiatives designed to reduce loss of life from suicide. With more than 40,000 lives lost each year in the U.S. and over one million worldwide, the importance of AFSP’s mission has never been greater, nor our work more urgent.
For more information, contact Ryan Trimble at Ryan.M.Trimble@hitchcock.org or 603-650-4904