Read article – Continued coverage of research by James Sargent, the Scott M. and Lisa G. Stuart Professor of Pediatric Oncology, on fast food advertising that appears on children’s television networks. “Fast food companies use free toys and popular movies to appeal to their kids, and their ads are much more focused on promotions, brands and logos than food,” Sargent said.
Articles by: Geisel Communications
Read article – An opinion piece co-authored by John Wasson, emeritus professor of community and family medicine, about the need for a better way of paying for primary medical care. Wasson proposes a patient-centered payment system.
Read article – Researchers Michael Cole, professor of molecular and systems biology, and Edmundo Feris Cure, Guarini ’19, won awards for their breakthrough cancer research.
Read article – Cites comments by Prachee Avasthi, associate professor of biochemistry and cell biology, in an article about the Australian Research Council’s decision to deem grant applications ineligible for mentioning preprints and other non-peer-reviewed material.
We will be streaming live video of our White Coat event for the Class of 2025. Tune in here on Saturday, August 28 at 3:00 PM to watch live video of Geisel’s 2021 White Coat event.
Read article – Quotes Ellen Flaherty, director of the Dartmouth Centers for Health & Aging and assistant professor of medicine, in an article about the risks posed by extreme heat on vulnerable communities in New Hampshire. Flaherty comments on the dangers for aging populations.
Read article – Cites comments by Michael Whitfield, chair and professor of biomedical data science, about how a Geisel School of Medicine-Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center research team has started work on an National Institutes of Health-funded project to track the development and spread of COVID-19 variants detected in the Upper Valley. “It’s extremely important for us to be able to identify and monitor variants of concern, such as the recent Delta variant, in our local population to inform public health efforts and to aid in the development of any future vaccines that may be needed,” says Whitfield.
Read article – Quotes Anne Hoen, associate professor of epidemiology, and Anne Sosin ’02, a policy fellow at the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy, in an article that discusses if current vaccination rates in Vermont are enough to protect the state from breakthrough COVID-19 cases. “Vermont children under 12 don’t look different from Louisiana, or Florida children under 12. If we fail to employ adequate mitigation strategies in schools, we can expect the same results that we’re seeing in other states,” Sosin said.
Read article – As a guest on “All Things Considered,” Lisa Adams, associate dean for global health and professor of medicine, discusses COVID-19 transmissibility in schools and how to keep children safe as the new school year approaches.
Read article – An article by Cornel Stanciu, assistant professor of psychiatry, and William Fletes, Geisel ’22, in which they examine overdose prevention and response activities in states with declining rates of opioid overdose deaths.