When students arrive at Geisel, they dive right into their clinical training with a two-year On Doctoring course. Through hands-on experience and close collaboration with faculty mentors, students learn the fundamental skills required to develop into highly competent and compassionate physicians. Read full story here.
Geisel students Britney Petrina ’22, Landis Walsh ’22, and Leslie Yuen ’22 are encouraging healthy habits one recipe at a time. They’re leading a monthly Cooking for Life class at Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Aging Resource Center to educate seniors through interactive culinary demonstrations. Read full story here.
As former emergency medical technicians in rural communities, Nick Valentini ’20 (D’13) and Karissa LeClair ’21 arrived at Geisel with insights into the challenges of meeting the health care needs of rural populations. They used their knowledge to develop and launch a community paramedicine project. Read full story here.
Shuaibu “Sha” Ali ’21 and Kenny Williams ’21 share a passion for medicine and a vision of a more equitable world. They also share a deep appreciation for the mentors who helped them believe that they, two men of color, could have the same opportunities as everyone else—including careers as […]
At the Center for Technology and Behavioral Health (CTBH) at the Geisel School of Medicine, we develop and evaluate digital technologies, delivered via mobile devices, to provide anytime, anywhere, science-based behavioral health care. Read full story here.
Mark R. Lena D ’78, MED ’81—a third-generation physician and son of Dartmouth Medical School alumnus Paul J. Lena D ’50, MED ’51—saw his late father’s dream realized with the establishment of the Hugh F. Lena Sr. Memorial Scholarship Fund, an estate gift in honor of his grandfather. Read full […]
Peter “Shep” Brock followed in the footsteps of his parents and grandparents—loyal donors to the Dartmouth medical community since 1947—by establishing the Peter R. Brock Leadership Scholars Endowment Fund in loving memory of his father, Peter. Read full story here.
“We must be more than do-gooders: we have to thoughtfully engage with communities in an intentional way to have meaningful impact. Otherwise we risk replicating the very inequities we seek to mitigate.” Q. DARTMOUTH RECENTLY ANNOUNCED THE ESTABLISHMENT OF ITS NEW CENTER FOR GLOBAL HEALTH EQUITY, WHICH UNITES GEISEL’S […]
Arsenic, wood smoke, and hormone-disrupting chemicals are among the environmental toxins that Dartmouth researchers are tracking in hopes of optimizing children’s health. Read full story here
Thirty percent of Geisel students and 10 percent of Dartmouth undergraduates are interested in global health. Meet two students and a recent alumna who are learning about—and advancing—global health equity. Read full story here