Integrating biomedical discovery and healthcare delivery, the Geisel School of Medicine forges new knowledge; pioneers high-performing models of care; and prepares exceptional physicians to improve care wherever they work, always guided by patient needs and goals. With Dartmouth-Hitchcock as our primary clinical partner, we bring together these two essential arms of medicine—discovery and delivery—in everything we do to advance health and healthcare.
Building on this foundation, Geisel’s $200 million Interaction campaign will amplify our academic vitality and global impact—and that of Dartmouth College.
A key part of the Dartmouth College campaign—The Call to Lead—Geisel’s campaign is focused on three strategic imperatives:
This will require new philanthropic support for our distinctive medical education program and student scholarships, transformative gifts to Dartmouth’s Cancer Center and The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, and investments in Geisel’s groundbreaking multi-disciplinary research centers.
The result will be felt in the lives we touch with improvements in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease; broad access to high-quality healthcare; and the compassionate care and leadership of outstanding Geisel-trained physicians.
|Medical Education||$ 15,000,000 Read More|
|Scholarships||$ 20,000,000 Read More|
|Center for Health Equity||$ 10,000,000 Read More|
|Dartmouth’s Cancer Center||$ 50,000,000 Read More|
|Center for Immunotherapy||$ 10,000,000 Read More|
|Center for Genomic Medicine||$ 10,000,000 Read More|
|Lung Biology Center||$ 10,000,000 Read More|
|Children’s Environmental Health and Disease Prevention Research||$ 10,000,000 Read More|
|C. Everett Koop Institute||$ 5,000,000 Read More|
|Center for Technology and
|$ 10,000,000 Read More|
|The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice||$ 50,000,000 Read More|
“At Geisel, we encourage students to become citizens of curiosity—physicians and scientists who will listen deeply to patients, examine accepted wisdom, and tackle tough questions. That’s how we create leaders, and that’s how we can have the greatest impact.”
—Duane Compton, PhD, Dean, Geisel School of Medicine
Please join us. Your generosity will change lives.