A Dartmouth-led study found that social media big data can be used to understand communication and behavioral patterns related to prescription drug abuse.
When Bill Eidtson, Geisel’s director of learning support and accessibility services, talks about his interest in education, the conversation is punctuated with lively observations on educational technology and satire, which on the surface appear to be unrelated. However, he believes they can help people develop critical thinking skills.
Geisel researchers take a close look at New Hampshire’s complex opioid epidemic, and one city’s novel response.
Project 439 seeks to stem the rising tide of opioid overdose deaths in New Hampshire while helping those struggling with substance abuse protect their health.
Vivian Bhushan wants to help those living in humble circumstance lead healthier lives.
Continuing in the footsteps of their fellow Geisel classmates, Iara Backes ’19 and Joshua Ramos ’19 begin two-term leadership positions in the Latino Medical Student Association’s Northeast Region.
Inaugural Swigart Ethics Fellows, Celestine Warren ‘20 and Lauren Kascak ‘20, launch innovative projects exploring medical ethics issues related to shared decision making and narrative medicine, which can influence the quality of patient care.
As part of a four-student panel on innovative educational modalities, second-year medical student Sandy Rao spoke to a group of anatomy professors during the annual meeting of the American Association of Anatomists about the benefit of incorporating problem-based learning into anatomy medical education.
Influenced by her deep Upper Valley roots, Catherine Gordon understands the connection between geography and population health—an interconnection she thinks will help explain the challenges facing her future patients.
Alyssa Flores (’19) has been awarded a prestigious Howard Hughes Medical Institute Medical Research Fellowship and will receive support for one year of mentored and in-depth training in biomedical research.