First of its kind, Digital Therapeutics Summit at Dartmouth brings academic, government, and industry leaders to campus.
Articles by: Susan Green
Geisel Professor Emeritus James L. Bernat, MD, has been recognized for his contribution to developing the field of neuroethics.
Continuing their support of Molly’s Place at the CHaD Family Center, Geisel medical students dedicated their community service day to bolstering the food pantry’s needs.
Now in its sixth year, the yearlong Swigart fellowship program gives medical students an opportunity to pursue scholarly research on clinical ethics issues that are important to them and relative to enhanced patient care and ethics education.
Michael B. Sporn, MD, a visionary cancer researcher with an unorthodox approach to cancer treatment who was a professor emeritus of pharmacology and toxicology at Geisel School of Medicine, died on Sept. 29. He was 89.
Educators from Geisel’s professional degree programs gathered for an annual retreat focused on innovation in teaching and learning in the health professions.
Given annually to promising early-stage investigators pursuing highly innovative research, Assistant Professor Aaron McKenna receives the prestigious NIH New Innovator Award.
On August 19, Geisel School of Medicine students in the MD Class of 2026 marked a rite of passage in the field of medicine when they received their short white coats, symbolic of their status as physicians in training, during the medical school’s annual White Coat ceremony.
Geisel School of Medicine medical students Faraz Farhadi ’24 and Harun Sugito ’23, along with Professor of Radiology Petra Lewis, MBBS, and Sidak Pannu, MD, have received a Radiology Society of North America (RSNA) Education Project Award to support DartRad.
This week 92 first-year medical students at Geisel School of Medicine and 88 students in the medical school’s Master of Public Health (MPH) and Master of Science (MS) hybrid and residential programs at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, spent time getting to know each other during separate orientation sessions before immersing themselves in their medical education.