Elisabeth B. Wilson, MD, MPH, MS-HPEd, has accepted the role as chair and professor of the Department of Community and Family Medicine for the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health (D-HH) system and Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine.
Geisel’s Urban Health Scholars Program recently visited the family medicine residency program at Lawrence General Hospital (LGH), a community hospital in Lawrence, MA, Boston Medical Center, and Boston Healthcare for the Homeless.
Please mark your calendars for Friday, October 15th at 8:00 AM which will be the first in our Biomedical Grand Rounds series. The presenter is Kathryn J. Moore, PhD, the Jean and David Blechman Professor of Cardiology and Director of the Cardiovascular Research Center at New York University School of Medicine.
More than 3,700 alumni, parents, and friends have answered Dartmouth’s ongoing Call to Lead campaign with gifts to the Geisel School of Medicine.
Join us on October 7 for an interactive alumni panel moderated by Eric Quiñones MED ’04 with panelists Adrianna Bravo MED ’96, José Carrillo MED ’05, and Andres Jimenez MED ’04 as they share their experiences and unique paths in medicine
Freddie H. Fu D ’74, MED ’75, founder and medical director of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center’s (UPMC) Center for Sports Medicine, died Sept. 24.
The American Thyroid Association (ATA) has established the Valerie Anne Galton Distinguished Lectureship Award in recognition of Valerie Anne Galton, PhD, professor emerita of physiology and neurobiology at Geisel School of Medicine.
Jichang Han, BS, is the first at Dartmouth to receive a Predoctoral to Postdoctoral Fellow Transition Award (F99/K00) from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Please join the Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA), Geisel Student Government, the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement (DICE), the Office of Alumni Relations, Physicians for Human Rights (PHR), and Project Salud in celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month on September 22nd.
Why Mozart? Dartmouth researchers seek mechanisms for the anti-epileptic properties of Mozart’s K448 as a therapeutic potential for epilepsy.