Dartmouth Graduate Students Earn Top Spots at National Big Data Case Competition

Quantitative Biomedical Sciences Program Susan J. Diesel, PhD (603) 646-5737 Release Date: February 14, 2023 Dartmouth Graduate Students Earn Top Spots at National Big Data Case Competition   Competing for the first time, four teams from the QBS MS program, including a team of two graduate students and […]

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Congratulations, Dr. Megan Romano!

Dr. Romano, Associate Professor of Epidemiology, was quoted in a recent news report from WBUR describing links of PFAS with a growing list of health concerns. She was also one of the scientific experts consulted for the companion piece online, outlining ways to avoid or reduce exposure to PFAS. Dr. […]

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Congratulations to Hannah E Laue!

Hannah’s paper “Contribution of gut bacteria to arsenic metabolism in the first year of life in a prospective birth cohort” has been recognized by the Environmental Factor as a December Papers of the month, at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS).

In memoriam – Vicki Sayarath

The Dartmouth flag is flown at half-staff today (12/5/22) and tomorrow (12/6/22) in memory of Vicki Sayarath, Research Director, Department of Epidemiology who passed away on November 14, 2022.   Dear colleagues, I am deeply saddened to share news that Vicki Sayarath, a research scientist and the research director for the […]

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Connect with The Dartmouth Center for Implementation Science

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 […]

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Manuscript Accepted for Publication in Exposure & Health

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:

In the News: Anne Hoen

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 […]

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