Dartmouth Study Reveals New Insights into How the Infant Microbiome Impacts Early Childhood Behavior in Boys and Girls

by Timothy Dean A new Dartmouth-led study published in Pediatric Research has found a direct and sex-specific association between the composition of infant microbiome and early childhood behavioral health. Previous studies have established a link between the gut microbiome—the overall communities of microbes that colonize the intestinal tract and play an important role in immune […]

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Special Guest Seminar Took Place on 9/23

The Department of Epidemiology was pleased to host a special guest seminar by Dr. Marvin González-Quiroz. He is a medical doctor with a MSc in epidemiology and Occupational Health and a Ph.D. in epidemiology. He works as a researcher at the Research Center on Health, Work and Environment at the National Autonomous University […]

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QBS PhD Grad Earns Prestigious Award

Dr. Jai Woo Lee has recently been awarded the prestigious ‘Young Scientist Excellence in Research Award’. Please join us in congratulating him! You can read about it here.

On Lifting Mask Mandates

Curious about what epidemiologists are saying about mask mandates lifting? Read this article, in which our own Dr. Hoen is quoted and learn more.

Six Postdocs Join the Society of Fellows

We are very proud to have faculty working with one of these Postdoctoral Trainees, Glorieuse Uwizeye, in some very important work. You can learn more about the Society and Glorieuse here.