Quantitative Biomedical Sciences Program Susan J. Diesel, PhD (603) 646-5737 Susan.Diesel@Dartmouth.edu https://geiselmed.dartmouth.edu/qbs/ Release Date: February 14, 2023 Dartmouth Graduate Students Earn Top Spots at National Big Data Case Competition Competing for the first time, four teams from the QBS MS program, including a team of two graduate students and […]
Associate professor of microbiology and immunology, Anne Hoen, PhD, comments on a new study that suggests microbes in the gut may affect a person’s risk of an HIV infection, noting in Health Day, “it is difficult to pinpoint exactly what underlies this link.” Read the Health Day article titled “Gut […]
Under the leadership of Jeremiah Brown, Ph.D., director of the newly-formed DCIS, a core group of Dartmouth faculty is at the forefront of using implementation science to address significant challenges in health and society, including substance use, cancer control and prevention, patient safety, and inequities in education. In the next […]
Dr. Hassapour recently published a new paper, and was awarded another R01. Congratulations!
Epidemiology faculty Dr. Howe was featured in a recent issue of Geisel Insider focusing on her research. The article is originally written by Timothy Dean and you can read it here.
Dr. Salas is gaining media attention on a new paper which you can learn about on AACR’s website.
Congratulations to Drs. Salas & Christensen for publishing a new paper in Nature Communications. Learn more about the detailed work behind the science and you can read a more detailed news announcement here.
Drs. Gilbert-Diamond and Emond featured on Vermont Public Radio discussing “Dartmouth lab looks into how kids react to screen time, food and media stimuli”. Read or listen to the interview here.
Center members Lucas Salas and Brock Christensen are featured on Science Daily on January 5, 2022. Read the article to learn more!
Dr. Modupe Coker was featured in Nature’s Pediatric Research with her accompanying article on global health inequities of the COVID-19 pandemic, especially impacting children in sub-Saharan Africa. You can read the article here.