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).
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 […]
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 […]
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: https://rdcu.be/cYVOa
Erika Moen, PhD, MS, assistant professor of biomedical data science and The Dartmouth Institute, will serve as the faculty director of the recently launched New Health Equity Faculty Fellowship Program. Read more here: https://geiselmed.dartmouth.edu/news/2022/dartmouth-launches-new-health-equity-faculty-fellowship-program/
Dr. Brock Christensen was featured an AAAS press release on “Linking Risk Factors and Disease Origins in Breast Cancer,” and he contributed to the NHDES Report Examining Health Impacts of Arsenic in Drinking Water from Private Wells in NH, October 2014. Click here for the AAAS press release Click here […]
Associate Professor of Epidemiology Brock Christensen has received a new R01 to study biomarkers of bladder cancer. The grant proposes to leverage an existing population-based study of bladder cancer that includes a range of patient age groups, has several years of follow up, includes patient treatment and outcome data, as […]