Lorna B. Stuart, DPhil, MD, a family physician for more than thirty years and medical director of The Clinic, is the featured speaker for Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth’s 2015 Class Day activities, Saturday, June 6 at 9 a.m. in the Class of 1978 Life Sciences Center courtyard.
Articles by: Susan Green
Thursday evening, May 28, during the annual State of the Medical School address, several faculty and students were cited for their contributions to medical education and community service.
Lin Deng, a graduate student in Biochemistry, is a recipient of the Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Students Abroad, which recognizes the academic accomplishments of Chinese students studying overseas.
First-year Geisel medical student Ryan Olavarria is dedicated to showing people that small behavioral changes leading to better health are easy to make.
In this Q&A, TDI demographer Samir Soneji, PhD discusses how demographers are able to predict how changes in population affect public policy by forecasting future disease and mortality rates.
While rehabilitating his own injuries, professional dancer Philip Montana decided to become a physician in order to help other injured dancers and athletes.
Decision scientists, such as Elissa Ozanne, are helping women to better understand the risks they face, whether perceived or actual, when thinking about breast cancer.
In a discovery that may lead to new treatments for sleep disorders, jet lag and other health problems tied to circadian rhythms, researchers have identified a determinant of the circadian clock’s period. Their findings appear in the January 29th issue of Science magazine.
Dartmouth researchers are among 37 principal investigators and their dedicated trainees to receive the American Association of Immunologists inaugural Careers in Immunology Fellowship award.
As both an aspiring physician and a musician, first-year Geisel medical student Nara Michaelson believes rather than being at odds, music can complement, renew, and strengthen a life in medicine.