Although members of the MPH Class of 2016 have very different backgrounds, they all share a common interest in improving health care delivery and in using research to change how people experience health care on a broad-based level.
Researchers at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice are working to help women make informed choices about contraception through a project called, “Right For Me: Birth control decisions made easier.”
Dartmouth Receives NIH Grant to Launch Northeast Node of National Drug Abuse Clinical Trials Network
The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) has awarded a five-year $3.8 million grant to Dartmouth’s Center for Technology and Behavioral Health. The award will support the launch of the new Northeast Node in NIDA’s National Clinical Trials Network, and clinical trials conducted by the Node will be supported by additional research project grants from NIDA, part of the National Institutes of Health.
Charles Hamlin ’65 doesn’t believe in fate, but his path to becoming a hand surgeon is full of interesting karma, including his choice to come Dartmouth Medical School. Or as he likes to point out: “Dartmouth’s willingness to take a chance and choose me.”
Descendants of Joseph Smith, founder of the Mormon Church, have created a scholarship at the Geisel School of Medicine to honor and give thanks for a pioneering surgery that Dartmouth’s Dr. Nathan Smith performed on young Joseph.
Was the Ebola vaccine 100% effective, or 100% lucky? The good money is on a percentage somewhere in between, but in truth, we will never know.