Dr. Hoen has been quoted in an article on The Scientist. You can read it here.
Curious about what epidemiologists are saying about mask mandates lifting? Read this article, in which our own Dr. Hoen is quoted and learn more.
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.
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Please join us for our virtual seminar series, occurring on Thursdays. You can read more about it below! If you would like to join the series and are not yet on the RSVP list, please email email@example.com.
A cohort of teacher-scholars joined the Dartmouth community this academic year. This article is reposted from the Dartmouth home page and was originally written by Megan Landgraf. Dartmouth welcomes 37 new tenured or tenure-track faculty members to the community this academic year. Embracing curiosity as a basis for their teaching […]
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 […]
You can read the whole story here. Congratulations to the Epidemiology Faculty who are doing research that impacts the health of our families.
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. […]