Read article - Quotes President Philip J. Hanlon ’77; Jason McLellan, a former assistant professor at the Geisel School of Medicine; and Kim Rosenfield, director of tech transfer, in a feature story about the finalization of terms between the National Institutes of Health and Moderna to pay for the rights to technology that made many of the COVID-19 vaccines possible. A portion of the funds will benefit Dartmouth, where a team of scientists—led by McLellan—developed the means to modify the gene sequence that encodes the spike protein on the surface of the coronavirus, essentially locking the protein in place to enable vaccine antibodies to be more effective. “I think this gives you a model for partnerships where the basic, curiosity-based research did happen on a campus, and led to eventually creating a product which saved millions of lives,” President Hanlon said.
- Dartmouth Interdisciplinary Network Research Symposium September 21, 2023
- Medicine Grand Rounds September 22, 2023
- Neurology Grand Rounds September 22, 2023
- Discovery Science Seminar Series September 25, 2023
- Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds September 26, 2023
- Pediatric Grand Rounds September 27, 2023
- DartCF Seminar September 27, 2023
- The Complexity of Innovation in Health Systems September 27, 2023
- "Barrett's Esophagus: New Developments (and some interesting insights) Regarding Pathogenesis, Pathology, and Risk Prediction", Robert Odze, MD, FRCPc September 27, 2023
- DCC Grand Rounds with Barbara Ehrlich, PhD October 3, 2023
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It was a terrific contest on Friday as Geisel's second-year med students took the victory over the first-year students in the annual Swenson Cup soccer match. Congrats to all for a fun and exciting game!
It was a beautiful day for Geisel’s annual Activities Fair, where MD and MPH students could meet with co-curricular group leaders representing more than 42 groups active at the medical school.
Congratulations to the MD Class of 2027 on their White Coat Ceremony yesterday. Welcome to the Geisel family! #WhiteCoat
We had an amazing time last Tuesday at the Welcome BBQ with our new MD and Public Health students! We are so excited to see what they will accomplish here at @dartmouthcollege.
Fatima Madondo ’26 has been awarded an Association of Radiation Oncologists (ASTRO) Medical Student Fellowship, which aims to introduce students from underrepresented backgrounds to radiation oncology, support their summer research projects, and provide connections with professionals in the field. Read the full story online (link in bio).
Congrats to @thedartmouthinstitute Class of '23! Inclement weather failed to dampen the spirits of those attending the Geisel School of Medicine MPH and MS Program’s Class Day event, held last Friday on the lawn of the Class of 1978 Life Sciences Center. Read more, view photos, and watch the event online (link in bio).
Let's have a big round of applause for Tina Hoisington and our other Geisel staff who work so hard to make Class Day a success every year! 👏
Congratulations to the Geisel Class of '23! We’re very proud of you. Good luck in your medical careers! Read more, view photos, and watch the ceremony livestream online (link in bio). #Geisel23s #Classof2023