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.
Articles by: Susan Green
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.
Dartmouth orthopaedic surgeon Vincent Pellegrini, Jr. MED’79, FAOA receives Distinguished Clinician Educator Award.
Furthering his research interests, Geisel School of Medicine student Drew Bergman ’24 has a newly published paper in Nature and has received a research grant.
Geisel med students learn cooking skills that translate nutrition and lifestyle recommendation into sustainable daily habits.
During this year’s annual community service day, Geisel School of Medicine student volunteer projects benefited Dartmouth Health Children’s Molly’s Place at the CHaD Family Center.
Geisel second-year MD student Armin Tavakkoli has been awarded a 2022 AOA Carolyn L. Kuckein Student Research Fellowship, which will support his research project to evaluate the therapeutic potential of FLASH radiation therapy in treatment of certain types of brain tumors.
On Saturday morning, May 28, the Geisel School of Medicine’s 99 graduates joyously gathered with family and friends outdoors on Dartmouth’s Class of 1978 Life Sciences Center lawn to celebrate the close of their academic studies and the beginning of their careers as physicians.
Rebekah Davis, MPH ’22, put into practice the qualitative research skills she learned while pursuing her degree to evaluate the lasting effect of a program centered on clinician-led innovation.
A photography exhibit at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center highlights the beauty of individuals living with genetic, physical, behavioral, or intellectual differences.