Read article – Features an interview with Lilian Kabeche, Guarini ’13, MED ’13, about her career as a scientist and the importance of creating an inclusive and welcoming environment in her lab. “We need to continue increasing and retaining diverse representation at all levels of academia and the research community,” Kabeche said. “To do so, we need to recognize where we’re failing to implement this—in our own lab, institution, or research field, and actively address it.”
Articles by: Geisel Communications
Read article – A feature story about Will Peterson, an incoming student at the Geisel School of Medicine, who captured the fastest-known time (FKT) of New Hampshire’s 48 4,000-foot peaks in the White Mountains with a superlative, supported effort.
Read article – Features James Dinulos, a clinical associate professor of dermatology, in an article celebrating that he is among the first in the U.S. to be board-certified by the American Board of Dermatology in the new sub-specialty of Micrographic Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology. “Advancements in medical science for treating skin cancers is both exciting and hopeful,” Dinulos said.
Read article – Features Stewart J. Tepper, a professor of neurology, in an article about the use of placebo response over time in migraine prevention trials. “Investigating the underlying mechanisms behind placebo response in migraine treatment is going to be very important for therapy development and for clinical practice,” Tepper said.
Watch video – Steven Woloshin, a professor of The Dartmouth Institute and of medicine, is quoted in an article about a conference at the University of Calgary discussing the issue of (and possible solutions to) doctors over-prescribing and over-diagnosing their patients. “Sometimes something as innocent as a simple blood test or an X-ray can uncover problems that you don’t know what to do and can cause harm,” Woloshin said. (Picked up by iHeartRadio.)
Read article – Daniel R. Lucey, a clinical professor of medicine, is mentioned in an article about the outbreak of monkeypox. According to Lucey, the virus was first identified in 1958 in Denmark, in monkeys imported from Singapore.
Read article – Features comments by Eric D. Shah, an assistant professor of medicine and of the Dartmouth Institute, in an article about the data he presented at Digestive Disease Week 2022 that suggests that a point-of-care rectal expulsion device may help determine whether patients with chronic constipation will improve with pelvic floor physical therapy.
Read article – Quotes Joseph Anderson, a professor of medicine, in an article detailing the three employment options for young physicians—owner, employee, or partner.
Read article – Matthew Slaughter, the Paul Danos Dean of the Tuck School of Business; Vijay Govindarajan, the Coxe Distinguished Professor of Management; Praveen K. Koppalle, the Signal Companies’ Professor of Management; and Lisa Adams, associate dean for global health and a professor of medicine, hosted Dandeboina Ravinder, the vice chancellor of Osmania University, to discuss the activities taken up at Osmania University to turn it into a world-class institution.