We’ve had three trainees recently approved for a Department Travel Award! Congratulations to Hannah Lau, Dabin Yeum, and Min Kyung Lee!
Articles by: Evan Vickers
Under the leadership of Jeremiah Brown, Ph.D., director of the newly-formed DCIS, a core group of Dartmouth faculty is at the forefront of using implementation science to address significant challenges in health and society, including substance use, cancer control and prevention, patient safety, and inequities in education. In the next […]
We want to welcome Prasoona Karra, PhD, as a postdoctoral fellow in the Lucas Salas lab. Prasoona completed her PhD at the University of Utah with Dr. Mary Playdon. Prasoona received an F99/K00 award from the NCI (K00CA264400) to study “Metabolic health phenotype, accelerated aging and obesity-related cancer risk and […]
This news article, written by Timothy Dean, highlights an important achievement for an Epidemiology Trainee. Congratulations, Ze!
In May, the teams were awarded a total of $450,000 in grant funding. For researchers like Brock Christensen, Professor of Epidemiology at Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine, the funds will accelerate the pace of research. Christensen is working with Assistant Professor of Epidemiology Lucas Salas on technology that will use […]
Please join us in congratulating our own Dr. Brown on his role as Chair of an NIH Study Section. You can read the article here.
Department postdoctoral fellow, Gyeyoon Yim and graduate student Yuting Wang had a publication selected to be highlighted on the Editor’s Choice list. You can see the list of publications, including theirs, on the website. Join us in congratulating them!
In March, 2022, a Working Group of 31 scientists from 13 countries met remotely at the invitation of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) to finalise their evaluation of the carcinogenicity of nine agents: cobalt metal (without tungsten carbide or other metal alloys), soluble cobalt(II) salts, cobalt(II) oxide, […]
Help us congratulate Ze on his award! The complete excerpt on Ze is below, with the full list of award winners here. 2nd Prize: Hierarchical Tumor Immune Microenvironment Epigentic Deconvolution Ze Zhang (Quantitative Biomedical Science, Epidemology) Advisor: Salas & Christensen The complexity of the tumor microenvironment (TME) impedes the cost-effective deconvolution […]
Dartmouth Epidemiology Professor Janet Peacock, along with King’s College London colleagues, have a new paper published in JAMA on home-based walking exercise for Peripheral Artery Disease. You can read the paper here and the accompanying JAMA editorial here. Congratulations!