Articles by: Geisel Communications

DHMC Campus to Host AI Initiative – Valley News

Read article – Quotes Saeed Hassanpour, an associate professor of biomedical data science, and Steven Leach, director of the Dartmouth Cancer Center, in a feature story about how the Geisel School of Medicine and the Dartmouth Cancer Center are launching a new Center for Precision Health and Artificial Intelligence. “It is a very active domain of research,” said Hassanpour, who is the center’s inaugural director. “There’s a lot of promise.”

Diabetes in Late Life: Nadine Carter, Tamryn Gray, Alex Lee (Video) – GeriPal

Watch video – Nadine Carter, an instructor in medicine, is featured in a podcast about diabetes in later life. “According to ADA, 29% of people over 65 have diabetes. Most of that’s Type 2, but more and more are also living longer with Type 1, so these people are aging into their seventies and eighties with Type 1 diabetes, which is wonderful,” Carter said.

Hooray! A Clearer Estimate of Your Risk for Death Is Around the Corner – MedPage Today

Read article – Quotes Steven Woloshin, MED ’96, a professor of the Dartmouth Institute, in an article about a study he co-authored that found that the National Cancer Institute’s Know Your Chances website, which can calculate an individual’s risk for death over the coming years, is about to get more accurate by including smoking history. Woloshin and co-authors, who were involved with the creation of the site, note that the National Cancer Institute is in the process of updating the website using a new model to create charts for current, former, and never smokers.

Dartmouth Launches Center for Artificial Intelligence, Precision Medicine – Health IT Analytics

Read article – Quotes President Philip J. Hanlon ’77; Saeed Hassanpour, CPHAI’s inaugural director and an associate professor of biomedical data science, epidemiology, and computer science; and Jocelyn Chertoff, chair and professor of radiology, in a feature on Dartmouth’s new Center for Precision Health and Artificial Intelligence. “What makes CPHAI unique is its interdisciplinary and comprehensive approach to precision health and artificial intelligence, focusing not only on technological advancements but also on ethical and societal implications,” Hassanpour said.