On Thursday, October 27, 2022, from 6:00 to 7:30pm, we will hold our twelfth annual Geisel School Research Poster Presentation Night.
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Read article – Philip Goodney, an associate professor of The Dartmouth Institute, is quoted in an article about patient safety at Modern Vascular, a chain of clinics based around Phoenix, Ariz. that treats blockages in the lower extremities. The clinic has denied any wrongdoing.
Read article – Features Andrew D. Smith III, an assistant professor of neurology, in an article about the four types of multiple sclerosis. “Multiple sclerosis is a disease that is caused by abnormal immune system activity that results in injury to the brain and spinal cord,” Smith said. (Picked up by AOL, Yahoo! Lifestyle, and others.)
Read article – Features Anne G. Hoen, an associate professor of epidemiology, biomedical data science, and microbiology and immunology, in an article about a new study that suggests that microbes in the gut may affect a person’s risk of an HIV infection. “Are differences in the microbiome causing differences in risk? Or are the same factors that affect the microbiome also influencing infection risk? Or both?” Hoen said.
Read article – Advice by James Weinstein, a professor emeritus of orthopaedics, The Dartmouth Institute, and of community and family medicine, is cited in an article about how to clean up leaves. Weinstein recommends forming a wide base with the feet and holding the rake slightly toward the end of the handle with one hand three-quarters of the way down the handle from the other.
Read article – Barry Smith, a professor emeritus of obstetrics and gynecology, is quoted in an article about a recent roundtable discussion of healthcare professionals on abortion rights. “I don’t think the governor understood how abortion relates to the health care in obstetrics,” Smith said. (Similar coverage in InDepthNH.)
Read article – Quotes Andrea A. Hayes Dixon ’87, MED ’91, in an announcement that she has been appointed dean of the Howard University College of Medicine. When she takes office, Hayes Dixon will be the first Black woman to lead the medical school in its 154-year history. “The responsibility of educating the nation’s next generation of leaders in medicine is an enormous responsibility that I take very seriously,” Hayes Dixon said.
Read article – Timothy Fisher, an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology, is quoted in an article about funding for birthing services in New Hampshire. “For many, many years, New Hampshire ranked among the lowest in the U.S. for Medicaid reimbursement to hospitals for labor and delivery services,” Fisher said.
Read article – Rodwell Mabaera, Guarini ’08, MED ’08 and ’10, and an assistant professor of medicine, is quoted in a list of common cancer symptoms. “Following an obvious injury, any pain that does not respond to rest or over-the-counter treatments within two weeks should be evaluated by a doctor,” Mabaera said.
On Sept. 23 former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Antonia Novello delivered a special keynote as part of our celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.