Needing some good news lately? The most recent issue of Dartmouth’s The Good News Blog is here to help! It features a story with Associate Professor Diane Gilbert-Diamond, and we encourage you to read it here.
Please join us in congratulating our first year students in successfully matching in their thesis lab! Student PI Dabin Yuem Diane Gilbert-Diamond Ze Zhang Lucas Salas Shuai Jiang Saeed Hassanpour Best of luck in your QBS PhD candidacy, and once again congratulations!
You can read the story here.
Dr. Annie Hoen, Associate Professor of Epidemiology, has been providing support during the COVID-19 epidemic. Assisting the Dartmouth COVID-19 Task Force’s Health/Epi Data working group on decision-making, Dr. Hoen has been synthesizing and interpreting available models and data for the group. You can learn more about Dr. Hoen and her […]
Lucas Salas, MD, MPH, PhD, is the newest faculty member for the Department of Epidemiology. He is the author of 35 publications and two Bioconductor packages. You can learn more about Dr. Salas research here. We are happy to have him, and look forward to his future success with us. Please join […]
LARGE NUMBERS OF NH WORKERS AFFECTED BY COVID-19; MOST PRIORITIZE SOCIAL DISTANCING OVER RESTARTING ECONOMY Prepared by: University of New Hampshire Sean P. McKinley, M.A., Tracy E. Keirns, Ph.D., Zachary S. Azem, M.A., & Andrew E. Smith, Ph.D. Dartmouth College Judy Rees, B.M., B.Ch, M.P.H., Ph.D., Leila Mott, M.S., Margaret […]
Detectable levels of arsenic can be present in apple-based products commonly consumed by infants and young children. However, the association between apple products consumption and exposure to arsenic during childhood is not well-characterized. Post-Doctoral Fellow Antonio Signes-Pastor, and colleagues, have investigated the association between apple products consumption among one-year-old infants […]
Researchers at Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine have published the first data from a COVID-19 community survey launched Friday in collaboration with the University of New Hampshire (UNH) Survey Center. Early results indicate that just over half of the 1,029 New Hampshire households surveyed (and 68% of individuals within those […]
QBS Student, Rebecca Lebeaux, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology, Megan Romano and colleagues, have published research regarding the influence of PFAS exposure during pregnancy on thyroid hormones found in maternal and cord sera. You can read the paper here.
Professor of Epidemiology, Jeremiah Brown and colleagues, have published an RCT in the JAMA Network on improving basic preventative measures regarding Staph infection transmission and surgical site infections. You can read the article here.