Rena Shi presents at Wetterhahn Science Symposium

Rena Shi, is an undergraduate student, D’26, and is mentored by Dr. Jennifer L Meijer. Rena recently presented at the Wetterhahn Science Symposium on 5/24/23. Rena’s preliminary work found that approximately half of women in the New Hampshire Birth Cohort gained more weight during pregnancy than the Institute of Medicine […]

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Congratulations, Dr. Jeremiah Brown!

Epidemiology faculty take the lead on new international guidelines from the Society of Thoracic Surgeons, the Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists, and the AmSECT Society of Cardiovascular Perfusionists. Dr. Jeremiah Brown is the first author of three new publications. 1 The Society of Thoracic Surgeons/Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists/American Society of Extracorporeal […]

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Congratulations to Elizabeth Anderson

Congratulations to Elizabeth Anderson for passing her Oral Qualifying Exam! She is now a PhD candidate and will proceed with her dissertation work regarding maternal cardiometabolic health during pregnancy and placental structure function and adaptation. She is co-mentored by Dr. Caitlin Howe and Dr. Joshua Levy.

Notice of Award – COBRE Phase 3

The Department of Epidemiology is thrilled to announce our NIH NIGMS IDeA Center for Molecular Epidemiology has been funded for another five years as a Phase 3 Center. “Phase 3 awards support maintaining research cores developed during Phases 1 and 2 to sustain a collaborative, multidisciplinary research environment with pilot project […]

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Dartmouth Graduate Students Earn Top Spots at National Big Data Case Competition

Quantitative Biomedical Sciences Program Susan J. Diesel, PhD (603) 646-5737 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 […]

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Congratulations, Dr. Megan Romano!

Dr. Romano, Associate Professor of Epidemiology, was quoted in a recent news report from WBUR describing links of PFAS with a growing list of health concerns. She was also one of the scientific experts consulted for the companion piece online, outlining ways to avoid or reduce exposure to PFAS. Dr. […]

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