Pregnant women are exposed to chemicals that may pose risks to their health or their babies’ health. However, the types of chemicals and the patterns of exposure are not well known. Therefore, ECHO researchers and Opportunities & Infrastructure Fund (OIF) investigators Brett Doherty, PhD, MSPH, and Megan Romano, PhD, MPH […]
November 5 marks the first workshop for kidney cancer investigators participating in the National Kidney Cancer Academy, funded by the CDMRP’s (Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program) Kidney Cancer Research Program. New investigator award recipients Drs. David Braun (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute), Abishek Chakraborty (Cleveland Clinic), and Lucas Salas (Dartmouth Geisel School […]
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The Department of Epidemiology at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth is seeking applications for a postdoctoral researcher in environmental and molecular epidemiology. Ongoing projects include investigations on maternal and child health, environmental mixtures, and epigenetics, with opportunities to work with several large population-based studies, including two pregnancy cohorts. […]
Drs. Karagas, Tosteson, and Whitfield have been awarded an Institutional Research Training Grant (T32) from the National Cancer Institute entitled: “Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA).” This grant extends their previous NCI R25 grant and will train the next generation of scientists, researchers, and those interested in biomedical, behavioral, or clinical […]
Caitlin Howe, PhD, is the newest faculty member for the Department of Epidemiology. You can learn more about her research here. We are happy she has joined us, and look forward to her future success with us. Please join us in welcoming Dr. Howe!
Associate Professor of Epidemiology, Dr. Gilbert-Diamond, has been appointed the new Director of the Quantitative Biomedical Sciences program. You can learn more about her here. Please join us in congratulating her!
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Join us in thanking the Jack and Dorothy Byrne Foundation for their generous gift! You can find the summary of our COVID-19 research here.
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