Dear Colleagues, The new Dartmouth Center for Implementation Science (DCIS) is in the process of organizing events, training, and collaboration in implementation science across the campus and disciplines. We invite you to complete this brief, 1-minute survey to tell us about your interests in implementation science activities and events. Click […]
Dr. Howe and a group of contributors from the Department of Epidemiology at Dartmouth College have had their paper, “Periconceptional and Prenatal Exposure to Metals and Extracellular Vesicle and Particle miRNAs in Human Milk: A Pilot Study”, accepted for publication in Exposure & Health. Read the publication here: https://rdcu.be/cYVOa
Two students from the Romano Lab won awards in the poster competition at the New Hampshire Environmental Health Conference. Yuting Wang (QBS PhD Candidate) won best graduate student poster for her work titled “Exposure to Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances and Postpartum Weight Retention in the New Hampshire Birth Cohort Study” at […]
Associate professor of microbiology and immunology, Anne Hoen, PhD, comments on a new study that suggests microbes in the gut may affect a person’s risk of an HIV infection, noting in Health Day, “it is difficult to pinpoint exactly what underlies this link.” Read the Health Day article titled “Gut […]
We’ve had three trainees recently approved for a Department Travel Award! Congratulations to Hannah Lau, Dabin Yeum, and Min Kyung Lee!
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.